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A look into our new project: Hiboka

As we enter the last months of 2021, I feel ready to not only talk but also show more of the project I’ve worked on during the pandemic along with my amazing teammates.

Hiboka is a third person horror game taking place in 1942 Madagascar. However it is not just a horror game; it’s rather a tell of grief, love and deception set in a horrific setting based on the darker myths and folklore of Madagascar.

Hiboka feels like a more personal project because of my connection to the country, but also because the game is build with the knowledge and hardship accumulated from The Girl and the Robot. With this project I’ve decided to enjoy the process. So far, I’ve enjoyed doing things like collecting direct testimonies from my mother and friends, and by hunting down rare old books on the subject. And from the technical side, updating the code from The Girl and the Robot has brought it’s own set of interesting challenges.

I’ve put together footage of what the game looks like now for MEGA-MIGS this November, please enjoy and I hope you look forward to what is coming!

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Press Release: The Girl and the Robot – The Card Game is coming to Kickstarter October 24th

We are happy to announce that we will launch a card game variation of our video game The Girl and the Robot on Kickstarter October 24th 2019.

The Girl and the Robot – The Card Game is a Russian roulette inspired strategic card game that involves protecting yourself and your teammate in the award winning video game setting of The Girl and the Robot.

The game features:

  • A unique blend of cooperative and competitive gameplay
  • Easy to learn and hard to master
  • For 2 to 4 players
  • Age 10 and Up
  • 30-45 minutes of play time

You can get notified as soon as the Kickstarter goes live by going to the Pre-Launch page here:

Here are some other useful links:
Official page:
Board Game Geek Page:
Press Kit:

You can contact us for a review copy at info[at] (replace [at] by @)


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The Girl and the Robot featured in the Montreal Video Game Symphony

On September 29th 2017, we had the pleasure and honor of having the song Akari from our game The Girl and the Robot showcased during the Montreal Video Game Symphony performed by Dina Gilbert and The Orchestre Métropolitain. Here’s the excerpt below:

Song: Akari
Composer: Eiko Ishiwata Nichols
Lyrics: Ai Funato
Special thank you: Maxime Goulet

You can find the full album here.