Iranian Computer Game Shines in 2018 Indie Game Cup

Sunday, July 1, 2018 - 11:56

An Iranian computer game has been awarded for best storytelling of this year’s indie projects contest Indie Game Cup.

According to an ISCA report, The White Nights Conference is an international business conference for game industry with the content across mobile, PC, console, web, AR and VR.

The White Nights events attract influential game industry professionals and take place four times a year in February (Prague), in April (Cyprus), in June (St. Petersburg) and in October (Moscow). Every year more than 4,000 visitors all together attend the conference.

Among 15 final candidates, an Iranian game, Flipping Filip, could receive the best storytelling award in this competition.

Flipping Filip is a 2nd adventure game with some action elements. The story of the game is based on a character named Filip who has two sides, a boring man and an interesting superhero who’s called Pilif.

Filip hates the other side of himself, because he loves everything to be in its due order and escapes from anything that would disrupt his routines, but Pilif loves anarchy.

That makes a lot of problems for Filip; but everything goes worth when some robots attack the city…

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