Annapurna Interactive to publish new games by Outerloop Games, Jessica Mak, Ivy Road, and No Code

New games from the creators of Falcon Age, Sound Shapes, and more.

Annapurna Interactive to publish new games by Outerloop Games, Jessica Mak, Ivy Road, and No Code

Annapurna Interactive have announced partnerships with Outerloop Games, Jessica Mak, Ivy Road, and No Code to publish each developer’s new project.

Outerloop Games previously released Falcon Age. Like its debut game, its new game will combine a unique theme with familiar gameplay.

Jessica Mak previously released Sound Shapes and Everyday Shooter. Mak’s new game is an action adventure game that integrates music.

Ivy Road is a new developer founded by The Stanley Parable creator Davey Wreden and Gone Home and Tacoma co-creator Karla Zimonja. Its new game is composed by Minecraft sound designer Daniel Rosenfeld.

No Code previously released Observation. Its new game is a horror game and its biggest project to date.

Further details were not announced.

Watch the partnership announcement videos below.

Outerloop Games

Jessica Mak

Ivy Road

No Code

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