Developer Slow Bros.’s “handmade” space adventure Harold Halibut has given his handmade sets and claymation-style characters another gorgeous broadcast in a brand new story trailer.
Harold Halibut is part of a stop-motion film, partly a story-driven adventure, and tells the story of the titular Harold – a young laboratory assistant forced to live his life aboard a spaceship in the city sunk under a foreign sea, 250 years that it fled the Earth to preserve humanity.
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Harold Halibut has actually been around for quite some time, after being revealed in 2016. The long pregnancy is not so surprising, given the large amount of work involved in bringing the handmade world to life – a process that looks intricate out real sets and models combined with animation in motion pictures within Unity. The results, as you would expect, look fantastic, as evidenced by the game’s recently unveiled trailer.
There’s still no hint of a release date for Harold Halibut beyond an understandably non-committal “coming soon”, but those interested can stay up to date on further developments via Steam and Slow Bros.’s website.