Hey guys! :) As many of you have noticed: it's been a while since we did an update here on our blog. We didn't even write an article about the successful Kickstarter campaign! I know, I know, shame on us! And we are sorry and will try to do better from now on. But, we've been really busy with development and finally found the time to show you what we've been working on!

We are taking part in the made in.de Award 2015. It's a award especially given to young start-ups which are working in the digital market and are developing innovative products made in Germany.  Innovative? Young? Start-Up? This award has written Lost Ember all over it! But that's not all. As a part of our application we finally finished our first alpha promo video!

 

Recently some of us visited the CeBit 2015 at Hannover. Needless to say that it was a great day. We had the chance to talk to a lot of awesome people and were able to see some very interesting talks.

But certainly the best part was the interview we had at the mobilegeek booth where we were able to talk a little bit about us and of course Lost Ember.

For those who have missed it, right now the Game Developers Conference or short GDC is running. Thanks to our friends at IKinema, Lost Ember had a sneak preview at the Unreal Engine booth. Check out the video!

Welcome to Inside Lost Ember. From now on we will try to share new insights, screenshots and videos as often as possible.

Today we will start with the creation of the wolf and it's fur.

Check out the latest Indie Game Magazine! This time you can read about our progress in reworking the wolf and the growing team at Mooneye Studios. Also you can get some background informations how we met the guys from Solid Audioworks. Enjoy!

These are the kind of news we like to share more often:

Today the genius guys behind Solid Audioworks, Craig Connor and Will Morton announced that they will provide the audio and score for our latest project Lost Ember!

We also make a small appearance inside of the latest games™ magazine!

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