Land of Screens is a short-form point-and-click adventure from Serenity Forge games. The Colorado-based developer, along with publisher Way Down Deep, announced the game’s release today. Land of Screens has escaped to the real world on Steam and the Nintendo Switch.
Take a look at the launch trailer below.
About Land of Screens
In Land of Screens, players take control of Holland, a character seen in Serenity Forge‘s previous games Half Past Fate and Date Night Bowling. Her story begins after she and her boyfriend of five years break up. Their split sets the social media world on fire, and she can’t escape the smoke. She sets out to find some fresh air away from the always-online world and build real-world relationships. On the way, she will discover a few new friends and maybe a few synth-fueled chiptune jams.
Land of Screens is a stylized point-and-click adventure title that players will need to navigate to help out Holland. Put on your nicest real-life smile as you try to conquer familiar tasks like going to parties where you don’t know anyone. After that, attend a business conference and mingle with fellow attendees. Go to a family reunion despite how painful it may be. In any case, you will have to make the brave decision to interact face-to-face with people. In order to try and get people to look up from their phones, you will have to do all that and more.
The only way Holland is going to get through this breakup with her sanity intact is to go analog. As a result, she will learn just how many adventures there are to be had away from the digital realm.
Land of Screens is now available on Nintendo Switch and Steam. So, go check it out on your screen now.