Steve Ince has been nominated for the Writers’ Guild of Great Britain 2008 Awards. His script for the PC Adventure game So Blonde was shortlisted in the category “Best videogame script”.
“The Writers’ Guild Awards are among the most notable awards in Britain. I’m very happy and honoured that my script has been considered,” says Steve Ince who created So Blonde’s story, its dialogues as well as the game design. The Writer-Designer has fifteen years of game development experience. The Writers’ Guild of Great Britain Awards will be held on Sunday 23rd November 2008 in London.
Set on a tropical island, So Blonde is the perfect adventure game for point and click adventure lovers! The star of the game is a young, pretty 17 year-old pampered American debutante who has wealthy parents and very little to worry about in her life.
While on a luxurious cruise ship with her parents on their way across the Atlantic, a giant storm suddenly materialises from out of the blue. The ship gets into trouble and consequently Sunny passes out.
Waking up on a glorious white sandy beach, Sunny finds herself alone, hair out of place and no mobile phone reception or any contact with the outside world. If that isn’t bad enough, the whole escapade has transported her back in time several centuries and Sunny now finds herself in an age of pirates and buccaneers.
Accompany Sunny on this fun-filled point and click adventure, meet wacky creatures and take on outrageous challenges. Help Sunny escape the cursed island – without getting a single hair out of place!
Already available in Germany since March 2008, So Blonde, developed by the French studio Wizarbox, will be available in the UK on PC Sept. 26, 2008.
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