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I Am Dead for Nintendo Switch & PC By Hohokum Developer Reveals New Gameplay

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I Am Dead for Nintendo Switch & PC By Hohokum Developer Reveals New Gameplay

Hollow Ponds and Annapurna Interactive revealed new gameplay of the charming puzzle adventure game I am Dead for PC and Switch.

Today, during the July Edition of Summer Game Fest’s Developer Showcase, Hollow Ponds and Annapurna Interactive revealed new gameplay of the charming puzzle adventure game I am Dead.

We get to see a small but interesting look about this charming and quirky game about exploring the lives of the deceased through the memories of those who knew them.

The game was I Am Dead for Nintendo Switch & PC By Hohokum Developer Reveals New Gameplay during one of Nintendo’s indie showcases.

Below you can check out the video showcased during the show.

I Am Dead is coming in September for Nintendo Switch and PC. You can check out an official description below via the game’s Steam listing.

“I Am Dead is a charming puzzle adventure game from the creators of Hohokum and Wilmot’s Warehouse about exploring the afterlife.

Morris Lupton is the recently-deceased museum curator of the tiny island of Shelmerston who is reunited with the ghost of his dog Sparky, only to discover that a disaster is about to destroy his beloved island.

Together, they must uncover Shelmerston’s ancient mysteries, prevent the island’s volcano from erupting, and save the place they call home.

Morris and Sparky must unearth a number of Shelmerston’s lost and scattered ghosts. To find them, the duo must visit the places they spent time in, dive inside the memories of the people who knew them best, and learn the stories of their lives.

To help with their mission, Morris uses his newfound power that allows him to peer inside objects and people to reveal their contents and memories, like a supernatural X-Ray!

Along the way you will discover many stories about the history and folklore of Shelmerston, and its cast of curious inhabitants and visitors: tourist finches, the fishfolk, morlos, and the Legend of Aggi – the one who originally silenced the volcano…”

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