The Song of seven : OverTure

Releasing 5.17.2016  Steam and TBA 2016 on WiiU and PS4


"The fairy tale story, gently swishing trees and soothing music of The Song of Seven will draw you in, and the engaging characters keep you hooked. The world of Pria truly feels like a magical place, and exploring it is the most peaceful experience I've had in a while."

"The Song of Seven: Chapter 1 is still an ultimately charming game for point-and-click adventure enthusiasts."

"This game charmed my pants off."
-Merlandese (Steam User)
"A charmingly picturesque and tranquil adventure filled with spontaneous characters and gorgeuous music."
-Blush (Steam User)

"Not only is The Song of Seven: Chapter One beautiful, but it tells an old story in a new and truly refreshing way."
-Affinity Archives
Without the body as a unifying figure of existence, we become fragmented. We repress our aliveness and become machine-like, easily manipulated. We lose our testing ground for truth.
— Anodea Judith, Eastern Body Western Mind

Explore how everyday fears keep us from our full potential in a profound but family-friendly, humorous way. Aspiring musician Kiba and impulsive inventor Emma wander a beautifully rendered world, solve challenges, and meet unusual people. They discover how fears manifest and how to conquer them.

The Song of Seven is a single player third-person adventure game. Solve environment/inventory based puzzles, engage in meaningful conversation, and explore a world full of mystery.

Chapter One shows Kiba, a teenage boy on the edge of manhood, floating through life. Each day looks exactly like the one before it, and the monotony of routine drags at everyone's heels, though they have different ways of showing it. A powerful storm ripped through the village just yesterday and creates a perfect opportunity for everything to change. Journey through Pria with Kiba. Go from isolation to companionship and the routine to the extraordinary. Meet unique characters and take the first steps into a larger world. Follow Kiba from a boy who couldn't into a man who could.