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Cinematographic mobile game Recontact, Recontact: Returning to London



Recontact team, which has won awards in turkey and abroad for its Recontact:Istanbul and Recontact:Istanbul Eyes of Sky games in recent years, is returning to the world of mobile gaming with its first international project, Recontact: London.

The team, which was previously voted Game of the Year on the App Store and brought valuable film artists such as Fikret Kushkan to a world of mobile gaming, chose Ross Mullan, who played Whitewalker in Game of Thrones for the lead role of Recontact London. For those who don’t have got viewers, Mullan has made a name for himself in projects such as Doctor Who and Clash of Titans.

In the meantime, it’s worth mentioning that the developer team has made major changes to Recontact London by reconsidering all game mechanics, for example in Recontact London, where players no longer portray themselves as a game character. They can play.



In the scenario, players are positioned as leaders of London’s cybercrime team, with video puzzles and a never-ending flow of stories.

Located on CCTV cameras as a hidden object-finding game trying to find suspects, Recontact London also offers players 5 completely different video-based puzzles. Let’s say that the crime scene scene scans with a different breath using AR technology in the game.

The game is designed, written and directed by Eray Dinç, while we see Simay Dinç in the producer chair. Can Aksoy is the head of the development team.

We can say that the team owes its success so far to the Playable Arts motto. Because the Recontact Team is building motion pictures not on multiple choice story directions, but on video and cinematics with direct game dynamics. It is possible to say that Recontact, which has made a name for itself in the mobile gaming industry with its original content, has again come up with its fans with an ambitious game.



Categories:   Mobile

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