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I Saw Black Clouds, the interactive thriller with branching storylines, is out now on Google Play following iOS release

I Saw Black Clouds, the interactive thriller with branching storylines, is out now on Google Play following iOS release

Interactive thriller I Saw Black Clouds is now available on Google Play following its release on iOS, letting Android players dive into the psychological game with branching storylines. Choices players make have lasting consequences throughout the supernatural-laden narrative based on the Alcasser murders in Spain in 1992.

I Saw Black Clouds also features a real-time relationship status tracking system along with personality trait tracking, plus Skip Scene and Personality Assessment features that can be unlocked as well. The mobile version offers a free trial with a $5.99 price tag to unlock the full game.

It’s more about the emotional experience you encounter when playing the game and how you connect with the characters and the moral choices you make. It’s really interesting what trauma and guilt can do to us and how it can alter our perspective," says director and writer Ross-McNamee. "I love the idea of blurring lines between fantasy and reality and how characters manifest that in the story. Guilt is a powerful emotion and the twisted pathways our minds can take on the journey to finding some kind of resolution is at the very heart of the game.

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The game stars Nicole O'Neill (Red Sparrow, Penny Dreadful, Beauty and the Beast). If you're curious about the title and are keen on learning more, you can head on over to the I Saw Black Clouds official website for more info. You can also join the community of followers over on the official Wales Interactive Facebook page to stay updated on all the latest developments, or have a look at the embedded clip above to get a feel of the game.

Are you on the hunt for more similar titles that will put your skills to the test on your mobile devices? Why not take a gander at our list of the best narrative mobile games?