We are proud to announce our new PC/MAC game: "Verne: The Shape of Fantasy", dedicated to the life and work of Jules Verne. After "Allan Poe's Nightmare", about the figure of Edgar Allan Poe, we want to pay tribute to one of the most famous fathers of science fiction and adventure.

"Verne: The Shape of Fantasy" is a narrative adventure in which the famous writer has been trapped in a parallel world where all his works coexist forming a place full of adventures, dangers and a lot of fantasy. The story is based mainly on "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea" and "Journey to the center of the earth", where, traveling aboard the mythical Nautilus, Verne will have to find a way to return imagination and creativity to a world invaded by gray industrialization.

The imagination and creativity of Jules Verne was so overwhelming and has inspired so many writers and scientists

With a careful aesthetic pixel art steampunk and a gameplay based on exploration, platforms, puzzle solving and interactive dialogues, allows the player to discover or rediscover the great stories of the most imaginative writers of all time.

Under the water exploration in Verne: The Shape of Fantasy

Underwater exploration mission

A new way to enjoy Verne's work

"The imagination and creativity of Jules Verne was so overwhelming and has inspired so many writers and scientists, we wanted to make a tribute to bring their work to the new generations in a new format. I'm sure that if he was born in our time, he would be the best video game designer in history. " says Daniel González, director of Gametopia

The game is in the development phase with an expected launch date for 2021 and has the support of the Boosting Program for the videogame sector launched by Red.es and financed by the Plurirregional Operational Program of Spain 2014-2020 (POPE), European Regional Development Funds (ERDF) for the programming period 2014-2020 and under the motto: "A way of making Europe".

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Daniel González

Daniel González

Creative director of Gametopia.

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