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Prettiest Game of Brazil’s BIG Festival

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Liberated, the revolutionary playable graphic novel, is officially the most beautiful game of Brazil’s BIG Festival: one of the largest celebrations of very fine independent video games from around the world.

Past winners in the Best Art category are stunners like GRIS in 2019, and Chuchel in 2018 — while this year’s winners include the amazing Genesis Noir for innovation and sound, Not for Broadcast for gameplay, and Curious Expedition 2 for best game of games. Significant!

In this year’s edition of the BIG Festival, Liberated was nominated in 3 categories, including “Best Narrative”, “Best Art”, and even “Best Game”! The competition was really great – so congrats to all of the indie winners out there from all around the world!

But credit where credit is due—this win goes to the amazing team of artists at Atomic Wolf!

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Liberated blends the art of video games and comics in a playable graphic novel.
— over 300 hand-drawn illustrations across six playable comic book issues.
— a seamless interactive blend of 2D art and 3D action.
— an impassioned love letter to paperback comics, brought into an interactive digital era.
— a noir cyberpunk tale of government control and revolution in a world not unlike our own.

Liberated was created by Atomic Wolf & L.INC, published and co-produced by Walkabout.

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Best Narrative Nominee

A well deserved shoutout to Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Heart of the Forest by our friends at Different Tales! The genre-blending horror visual novel based on World of Darkness universe was also nominated for Best Narrative — dark interactive fiction spiced up with classic tabletop RPG mechanics.
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