Only a few days ago, the creators of the series have suggested that “Stranger Things” could become a video game. No sooner said than done.
Speaking with IGN, Matt and Ross Duffer revealed that the timeline of next season of “Stranger Things” will jump forward a year. And if they could tell the story of that missing year, they’d prefer to do it as a video game:
“…What I really want is a video game”
“Like an 8-bit… These fans, a lot of them have done this 8-bit video game art that’s blowing my mind”
No sooner said than done!
In the last days, an independent software house, Infamous Quest, composed by Steven Alexander, James Mulvale and Jon Taylor-Stoll, published the first demo of an adventure game (Monkey Island style) inspired by Stranger Things.
The demo offers only few minutes of game, but that is enough to get an idea of how interesting it can be the final product.
“99 out of a hundred times, the missing kid is with a parent or relative. This is about that one other time.”
The disappearance of Will Byers has the town of Hawkins, Indiana — and Chief Jim Hopper — on edge.
Based on the Netflix series created by the Duffer Brothers.
This is a one-room, point and click adventure game, done in tribute to the series.