The Journey Down concludes with third chapter and deep-voiced trailer
22 Sep, 2017
Afro-Caribbean-themed episodic adventure game The Journey Down has finally ended, marking an end to seven years of development. Have a celebratory trailer.
It’s been a while since The Journey Down’s first chapter was released, and a longer while since the game entered development. Now, developer SkyGoblin is finally marking the end of this journey (get it?) with the release of the third and final chapter. The Journey Down Chapter Three is finally out and you can grab it now on iOS and Steam.
Here’s a look at what to expect from the final episode, according to the devs:
In the final chapter of The Journey Down, Bwana, Kito and Lina explore the vast reaches of the Underland and unravel its long-forgotten history. Their adventure comes to a bombastic conclusion when they learn the true nature of the Great Asili tree and the Armando Power Company.
And here’s a trailer for the game:
But that’s not all! Developers SkyGoblin have a special message for those of you interested in the game, in which they talk a bit about themselves and the game they’ve worked so hard to create. Have a look at below:
The Journey Down is a classic-style point-and-click adventure, but with a fully-voiced cast of characters and a unique Afro-Caribbean theme. It features handpainted environments, and a jazzy reggae soundtrack.
If you were waiting for the series to end before taking the plunge, The Journey Down’s first chapter is available on iOS and Steam (Windows, Mac, Linux). On Steam, you can snag all three chapters in one convenient bundle.
You definitely need to check out the other Swedish hand-made point-and-click episodic adventure that took a long time to be developed, The Dream Machine. For something more contemplative and magic realist, have a look at Kentucky Route Zero.