The unique There Is No Game: Wrong Dimension is coming to Steam for Windows and Mac on August 6th. Although it is presented as a non-game, it is more of a meta-game full of references to multiple popular titles from recent years and some industry classics.
“There Is No Game: Wrong Dimension is not a game. Or at least it doesn’t want to be one. That’s what the game itself will tell you for sure: it can talk. Since you’re both big-headed, something will go wrong and you’ll be absorbed into strange dimensions,” say the developers.
So the game takes us into a world where everything is reversed, it’s anomalous in the most surprising ways and it doesn’t make sense. In these circumstances our mission is to return home, if possible.
So, we are faced with a graphic adventure with a lot of humour that breaks the fourth wall continuously to create an original narrative experience.
It is based on the 2015 free title There Is No Game created by Pascal Cammisotto during a game jam, which has been maturing ever since.
The title is a project of the French studio Draw Me A Pixel. The team is formed by three veterans with more than 15 years of experience in the video game industry. They also work with independent artists to help them bring their ideas to life.