Stray Gods: The Roleplaying Musical Available Now on All Platforms!

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – August 10, 2023 – Humble Games and Summerfall Studios' Stray Gods: The Roleplaying Musical is now available on PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and the Nintendo Switch for USD $29.99.


“With Stray Gods, we wanted to try something that has never been done before that would perfectly blend the things we love most here at Summerfall - compelling storytelling, unique characters, beautiful music and exciting adventure. That, along with collaboration with some of the best in the industry, we couldn’t be more proud of what we’re bringing to our fans today,” said David Gaider, Creative Director of Summerfall Studios. “We’re excited to take fans on this musical roleplaying journey and we hope that they’ll fall in love with this and its story that we’ve poured our hearts into, as much as we have.”

Stray Gods: The Roleplaying Musical is set in a modern fantasy world, where college dropout Grace is granted the power of a Muse - power she’ll need to find out the truth behind her predecessor’s death before time runs out. Players will decide who Grace allies with, who she can trust, and who may betray her in this beautifully hand-illustrated roleplaying musical. Players will charm, negotiate, or strong-arm their way through their world, playing through original, fully interactive musical numbers composed by Grammy-nominated composer Austin Wintory (Journey, Banner Saga), Tripod (musicians Scott Edgar, Steven Gates, and Simon Hall) and Eurovision Australia’s own Montaigne (Jess Cerro). Fully orchestrated and performed by an all-star cast, players will feel as though they’re right there on the stage. With thousands of potential variations based on their choices, they’ll craft the soundtrack to their own one of a kind musical experience. No two playthroughs are the same - how will the curtain fall?
 

A video game for musical lovers, and a musical for video game lovers, Stray Gods is a compelling story of hope, self-discovery, and forging their path.
 

Summerfall Studios is an independent game development company founded in 2018 in Melbourne, Australia by David Gaider, Liam Esler, and Elie Young with a focus on making premium narrative-led, character-driven games. 

 

Humble Games is Humble Bundle’s publishing arm, composed of a passionate and nimble team that works remotely with a collection of talented global development partners worldwide. Humble Games is best known for their critically acclaimed and award-winning hits such as A Hat in Time, Forager, Project Wingman, SIGNALIS, Slay the Spire, Temtem, UNSIGHTEDUnpacking and Wizard of Legend.

 

For more information on Stray Gods: The Roleplaying Musical, fans can visit the site: here or follow along on social via Twitter or TikTok.

 

About Summerfall Studios

Founded in 2018 in Melbourne, Australia by David Gaider, Liam Esler, and Elie Young, Summerfall Studios is an independent game development company with a focus on making premium narrative-led, character-driven games. The studio’s first title, Stray Gods, is one of the first of its genre and has garnered significant attention for its innovative vision of an interactive roleplaying musical. 

 

About Humble Games

Best known for critically acclaimed and award-winning hits such as A Hat in Time, Forager, Project Wingman, SIGNALIS, Slay the Spire, Temtem, UNSIGHTED, Unpacking and Wizard of Legend, Humble Games is Humble Bundle’s publishing arm, composed of a passionate and nimble team that works remotely with a collection of talented global development partners. 

Humble Games was founded on a shared passion to support developers and deliver excellent content and gaming experiences to players around the world, while continuing the Humble mission to be a force for good in the industry.  

Humble Games is committed to investing in top quality games, comprised of both new and existing beloved IPs, all while prioritizing and supporting developer partnerships so that they can focus on bringing their creative visions to life.

Article by: Susan N.

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