They may not yet be a company of instant recognition, but Fellow Traveller Games have built up a pretty damn decent little project library. With the likes of The Church in the Darkness and Genesis Noir under their belt, they have now moved back onto the scene with a bit of a point-and-clicker – No Longer Home.
Having previously released on PC through Steam, No Longer Home comes to Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and Nintendo Switch as a semi-auto-biographical point and click affair, one that covers the life story of two graduates who are looking to move out of their flat.
These two are Bo and Ao but after living together for the best part of a year, it’s time for them to head their separate ways – Ao off to Japan, and Bo to England. It’s here where No Longer Home kicks in, delivering an experience that is all about being able to let go of the life you’ve created. Expect dreams, frustrations, fears and more coming out of the magic that this one provides.
Created by those at Humble Grove, before being picked up and pushed out by Fellow Traveller, if you’re after an intimate little adventure and fancy being given the chance to head deep into the psyche of the developers, it’ll provide the opportunity.
No Longer Home is priced pretty well too, at £12.49 from the Xbox Store (expect roughly the same from the Nintendo eShop). If you’re unsure whether or not this is for you, stay tuned for our full upcoming review. And if you do play it, let us know about it – the comments section is below.
No Longer Home is a game about letting go of the life you’ve built due to circumstances beyond your control. Immerse yourself in the lives of Bo and Ao and learn about their dreams, frustrations and fears. Welcome the magic of the everyday and somewhat extraordinary.