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South of the Circle

A Unique Narrative Adventure

From the team behind App Store hits like Lumino City and INKS, the game starts with a plane crash in Antarctica in 1964

South of the Circle

by State of Play Games
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South of the Circle
South of the Circle
South of the Circle
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From the team behind App Store hits like Lumino City and INKS, the game starts with a plane crash in Antarctica in 1964. Researcher Peter survives the crash, but as he tries to escape the cold, the lines between past and present begin to blur. The game features authentic environments with a symbol-based gameplay mechanic.

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What is it about?

A narrative adventure game by the BAFTA winning studio State of Play.

South of the Circle

App Details

Version
1.2
Rating
(436)
Size
2187Mb
Genre
Adventure
Last updated
December 11, 2020
Release date
September 26, 2020
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App Store Description

A narrative adventure game by the BAFTA winning studio State of Play.

Antarctica, 1964.
A crashed aircraft, tail to the sky.

Cambridge academic Peter stumbles from the wreckage in search of help, fighting the cold. As his attempts to escape the ice grow more desperate, the lines between his past and present begin to blur.

A love story between colleagues Peter and Clara, set against the backdrop of the Cold War, South of the Circle is a narrative adventure game about memory, survival, and the consequences of not dealing with the past.


• Compelling and immersive narrative with a unique sense of time and place

• Fully motion captured performances to achieve emotional realism, from a cast including Gwilym Lee (Bohemian Rhapsody), Olivia Vinall (The Woman in White), Richard Goulding (Belgravia), Anton Lesser (Game of Thrones), Adrian Rawlins (Chernobyl), and Michael Fox (Downton Abbey)

• Nuanced emotional choices with a unique symbol-based mechanic

• Rich, authentic environments

• Deeply researched 1960s setting

• Exploration, discovery, and environmental storytelling woven through the narrative

• From State of Play Games, developers of BAFTA winning Lumino City, BAFTA nominated KAMI 2 and Apple Design Award Winner INKS

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