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Lumo
May 20 - Spoonparty

Creator Gareth Noyce talks about his key influences, favourite jokes and previously unseen intro scene to Lumo in the first Director's Commentary. Enjoy!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JyxaiOV4ebc

-Samuel

May 19 - Spoonparty

We'd like to thank everyone here on the Greenlight page for your support in the lead up to the launch of Lumo. On May 24th Lumo will be available to purchase on Steam for Windows, Mac and Linux (and PS4 too!)

If you're still hanging out here on the Greenlight page, we'd like to direct you to the shiny new store page which you can find here: http://store.steampowered.com/app/345480/

We hope to see you soon!
-Samuel

March 9 - Spoonparty

"What I particularly like about Lumo is that it manages to evoke strong memories of classic isometric arcade adventuring, while still feeling fresh and modern."

Lumo meets the wonderful Jaz Rignall:

http://www.usgamer.net/articles/lumo-preview-a-love-letter-to-british-games-of-the-80s

Not much longer now!
-Samuel

January 13 - Spoonparty

"A small wizard appears in a shower of light and sparks, right in the middle of a stonewalled room that’s simply hanging in the void of space. There’s no explanation as to what is going on in this fantastical setting, as the kid sneezes and two torches light up on either side of a door. That lack of context isn’t resolved at all, during my half hour with the game."

Find out why Lumo was created this way with Gareth Noyce and The Sixth Axis: http://www.thesixthaxis.com/2015/12/04/falling-head-over-heels-for-the-charmingly-retro-lumo/

The article also includes a video showing off some more of the 400 rooms found in Lumo - check it out!

See you soon,
Samuel

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