Loveshack is a multi-award winning, independent game studio based in Melbourne, Australia. We have just released our highly anticipated game FRAMED 2, and are looking for more amazing talent to help us create new game experiences that are hard to place in a genre. Applicants of diverse backgrounds are highly encouraged to apply for this position.
Loveshack is a multi-award winning, independent game studio based out of Melbourne, Australia. We have just released our critically acclaimed game FRAMED, and are looking for more amazing talent to help us create new game experiences that are hard to place in a genre. We are an equal opportunity studio that promotes diversity, and encourage everyone no matter what gender, race, or sexuality they identify with to apply.
For all those wondering how the animations for FRAMED are made, our lead animator Stuart Lloyd put together this video showing how we use 3D animation for our final 2D effect.
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FRAMED is a multi-award winning noir puzzle game, where you re-arrange panels of a comic book to change the outcome of the story.
Framed is an award winning narrative-puzzle game set in a noir comic book world.
Each Panel depicts an important action or event. Presented with a series of panels, players can change the order of events, changing the outcome of the narrative.
Loveshack Entertainment have formally announced themselves and their debut game called "Framed" today. The Melbourne-based indie startup was formed in August 2012 by Joshua Boggs, Adrian Moore, and joined by Ollie Browne in March 2013. The three are former senior developers from Melbourne games developer, Firemint/Firemonkeys. They're also an international bunch - originating from Australia, New Zealand, and England.
Framed is a novel, dramatic, panel-shifting game experience where every panel tugs on the outcome of the story. Presented as a storyboard, each panel depicts an important action/event. Players must rearrange the order of the panels to change the delivery and outcome of the narrative. With each action framed by the last, context is everything.
Framed will be available in 2013 across multiple platforms including PC/Mac, tablets and phones.