Adventure Game The Last Door Adds Close Captioning to Game

March 25, 2013 -

Javier Mairena of The Game Kitchen dropped us a note to let us know that the first episode of its horror adventure game series The Last Door has been revamped to make it a little friendlier to those with hearing impairments and dyslexia. Javier says that his studio has added dyslexic-friendly fonts in the game as well as close captions for those with hearing impairments.

The first episode in the episodic horror adventure series launched on March 11 on www.thelastdoor.com. It is titled "The Letter."

The Last Door is an interesting game because it was fully funded by a Kickstarter campaign that ended in late December and was likely one of the first titles to be funded on Kickstarter's launch of the crowd-funding platform in the United Kingdom. By the end of that campaign it managed to raise £4,690 - well above its funding goal of £3,852 - from 285 backers.

The point-and-click horror-themed adventure game featuring pixel-art-based graphics and a orchestral soundtrack is available for PC and flash-enabled devices at www.thelastdoor.com.


 
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