Trüberbrook's "Interrogation Trailer"
gives first insights into its story
Play Trüberbrook at gamescom!
August 17th, Düren, Germany - The past few weeks a lot has happened in our little Trüberbrook: Most of the villagers have been given their voices, all the houses, squares and secret science labs have been built and the team is about to go on a great journey...
To give you an impression what the game looks and feels like, we have assembled our new "Interrogation Trailer". For this, we have only used hand-picked and unaltered ingame material. Have fun watching! We hope you like it!
Meet the devs at gamescom!
Off to Cologne! We're happy to announce that we'll be part of the Indie Arena Booth at Gamescom this year. Be sure to stop by, play our demo and tell us what your first trip to Trüberbrook felt like.
Synchronisation and soundeffects
The tape recorders are breaking into a sweat! We are happy to report that almost every character in Trüberbrook now has a voice. Altogether, we have recorded about 3200 lines per language. It's amazing to see (or rather hear) how the good people of Trüberbrook are now becoming real personalities
The tape recorders came in handy for a second time, when we went outdoors to record our first atmospheres and soundscapes in the wild. To create a world which is as authentic as possible, we'll have to wait until September for the very last recordings, in order to allow even the native autumn birds to find their way into the game.
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About btf GmbH
btf is a former collective of art students from Cologne and Berlin, Germany. They work on a wide range of projects, from TV shows to music videos, short films, exhibitions – or video games. Each of their projects is a matter of the heart and carried out with much love for detail, from the first draft to the final product. If you are familiar with German TV, you might know their late night TV show »Neo Magazin Royale«, hosted by Jan Böhmermann. More information can be found at www.btf.de