You may think that being imprisoned in the Oswald Asylum would already be a little bit strange, but the world of Fran Bow is more than that. Much more.
A weird little adventure in which you play the role of Fran, in Fran Bow you’ll be left to self-medicate in hope of discovering the secrets of a strange alternative world – the Ultrareality.
It’s this place that plays host to the gaming experience found in Fran Bow, as we follow the titular protagonist on a journey of uncovering the past, discovering who killed her parents and attempting to ensure that she is reunited with Mr. Midnight, her missing cat.
A game that is priced at £14.99 from the Xbox Store, Fran Bow is been put together and published by those at Killmonday Games, as they look to immerse the player into the weird world of Fran.
Key game features include:
- Story-driven creepy psychological horror adventure game.
- Unique and peculiar hand-drawn 2D Art-Style and 2D animation.
- Self-administered medication to open the terrible hidden world that will help solve puzzles and find objects.
- A big variety of puzzles, designed with different levels of difficulty and specifically based on the story.
- Three arcade-inspired mini-games all with different art styles to be part of the transitions in the story.
- Interactive and occasionally playable pet cat, Mr. Midnight
- 50+ interactive unique characters with unique personalities.
- Original Soundtrack
When everything is lost, can you help a young girl uncover a hidden world? The download of Fran Bow that you need is available over at the Xbox Store for Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.
After witnessing the gruesome deaths of her parents, a peculiar young girl named Fran is imprisoned in Oswald Asylum. To survive the asylum’s cruel experiments, Fran self-medicates, giving her the ability to see a sinister alternate world, the Ultrareality. Follow Fran on her epic journey through the Ultrareality to uncover who killed her parents, reunite with her missing cat Mr. Midnight, and return home to Aunt Grace, her only living relative.