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Flamebait Games announces Passpartout sequel

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Flamebait Games announces Passpartout sequel

One of the earliest game companies to join the Sweden Game Arena community, Flamebait Games, just announced their upcoming sequel, Passpartout 2: The Lost Artist.

A burnt-out artist must reclaim their lost glory by taking a place in the draconian curator’s Museum of the Masters, or forever be remembered as a failed artist. In Passpartout 2: The Lost Artist you draw and sell your own slapdash masterpieces on the go as you explore this beautiful handmade puppet world and its endearing cast of characters.

”With this game, we want to inspire people to create” says Mattias Lindblad, CEO of Flamebait Games.

Flamebait Games
The original game, Passpartout: The Starving Artist was developed on a shoestring budget by a crew of university students from the University of Skövde. After their studies, the crew started Flamebait Games during their time at Science Park Skövde Startup Program.

They have since developed and published two additional titles before finally returning to making the sequel, determined to make it bigger, better and more beautiful.

Features

  • Draw and sell masterpieces on the go or at your studio
  • Explore a beautiful puppet world
  • Do commissions for the townsfolk, they’ll entrust you with drawing their new café logo, restoring ancient art and more!
  • Get to know more characters with more personality that is as opinionated as ever about your art
  • Collect many playful tools as you progress through the game so you can put your personal touch on your masterpieces

Read more about the upcoming title at https://www.passpartoutgame.com/

Media Contact Flamebait Games
Miya Tomoko
press@flamebaitgames.com

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Through targeted community events and visibility in the global games industry, Sweden Game Arena creates opportunities for start-ups and established companies to evolve. Together with the University of Skövde, which has one of Europe's largest computer game education programs, the industry is expanding through competence and research. Other partners are Science Park Skövde, Skövde Municipality and Region Västra Götaland.

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