Mar 23, 2017 | By Allyson Rees
Experience Lifestyle & Interiors on WGSN.
London-based game design studio State of Play has developed its new computer game with a set constructed entirely from paper, cardboard and glue. The 10ft-high world of Lumino City offers houses, gardens and civic amenities to explore, all built by a team of six including an architect, animator and model maker.
The puzzle-adventure game is centred around a girl called Lumi, who is on a mission to rescue her kidnapped grandfather, and launched on 3rd December for PC, Mac and Linux, followed by a version for Steam.
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