So Let Us Melt
Deep below the ice in Polar City, everyone is asleep. On the surface of Kenopsia, the Custodians are busy making a world. Over the next four million years, they will create a paradise for the sleepers. Custodian 98 wakes and starts its job, working alongside its friend Drone to create clouds, tend the ecosystem, and measure the rain. Over the hundreds of thousands of years, 98 and the rest of the Custodians gently prepare Kenopsia for the wakening—until the day a new star is spotted in the sky and everything changes.
The Chinese Room
The Chinese Room is an award-winning game development studio based in Brighton, UK, best known for creating experimental first-person games. The studio released its first game, Dear Esther, in February 2012 to critical and popular acclaim. It is widely regarded as a landmark independent title. In September 2013, they released Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs, which also became a cult title. Their next project, Everybody's Gone to the Rapture, was released on PlayStation 4 in August 2015 and on PC in April 2016. The open world, post-apocalyptic adventure was an instant classic, nominated for numerous awards, including 10 BAFTA Games Awards.