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Senscape Interactive Founded, New Adventure Game In Development

by Rainier on April 9, 2010 @ 1:57 p.m. PDT

Senscape Interactive is a new adventure game development company based in Argentina founded by Agustín Cordes, better known as the designer and director of the cult classic Scratches horror adventure.

The background of the company is deeply rooted in the adventure game genre, in which all of its members have demonstrated outstanding knowledge and expertise. This is the culmination of months of hard work and are inviting fans to visit its brand new website, learn about the upcoming projects and be part of our exciting community.

Senscape Interactive is the creation of Agustín Cordes, better known as the designer and director of the cult classic and award-winning Scratches horror adventure. He has been involved with the adventure game community for over a decade both as a journalist and as a game developer. A new horror adventure is brewing at Senscape Interactive under an enigmatic shroud of secrecy. Currently dubbed “Unnamable Project,” until its final name is unveiled, the title aims to become one of the most heart-stopping and menacing games ever produced. “We have been hard at work on this game for a long time,” said Agustín. “We are confident that it will impress in all its aspects but primarily as a genuinely scary experience. This is exactly what fans of Scratches have been waiting for.”

Most of the team members at Senscape Interactive also took part in one of the largest game projects ever conceived in Argentina, the acclaimed Risk Profile: Federal Cases educational adventure. An official project of the government of Buenos Aires, the title was a smashing success among children and adults thanks to its creative challenges and a script that provided hours of rip-roaring fun.

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