Meander Through the Fjords in Draugen — OUT NOW on Windows PC
Join independent developers Red Thread Games in celebrating the release of Draugen, a psychological mystery set in a remote coastal town in the Norwegian Fjords. To mark the occasion the studio has released a launch trailer showcasing a selection of the gorgeous locations we discover in the town of Graavik.
Travel back to 1923 with Edward Charles Harden and his young ward Lissie – Americans who find themselves far from home in search for Edward’s missing sister. Where could she be, though? There was nothing amiss in her letters. Something is wrong; there is a darkness here…
Voiced by experienced actors Nicholas Boulton and Skye Deva Bennett, Edward and Lissie make for a compelling duo as they truly inhabit these characters written by Creative Director Ragnar Tørnquist. Lissie can only be who she is: a whip-smart teenage girl learning what her place is in the world. As Edward’s ward, and now travel companion, Lissie playfully jabs at his stuffiness at times, but the core of their relationship is a deep friendship. Edward has his own demons to contend with as he obsessively searches for his sister Elizabeth. He is solely focused on this task, and the environment around them shifts to reflect these moods.
Draugen is a mystery. Where is Elizabeth after all? What has happened to her? Draugen is an exploration of a beautiful Norwegian town nestled in the fjords. Draugen is a story about an unusual friendship, a forsaken community, a family torn apart by secrets, and a man haunted by his own past.
- Explore, in first-person, a forsaken picturesque community in the fjords.
- Unravel a mystery by discovering clues and secrets as the story twists and turns.
- Witness how the environment changes along with Edward’s worsening mental condition.
- Written by Ragnar Tørnquist (The Longest Journey, Dreamfall, The Secret World, Dreamfall Chapters)
- Moving original musical score from award-winning composer and long time collaborator Simon Poole.
- Voiced by talented actors Nicholas Boulton and Skye Deva Bennett.