The National Museum Thyssen-Bornemisza, through its educational department educaTHYSSEN, worked hand to hand with indie studio Gammera Nest to create something unique — the graphic adventure Nubla, a game that establish a dialog between players and the art of the Museum. Today, they release the third and final chapter of their development diary, where they discuss this process and the lessons learned along the way. Nubla was recently released on Steam for €4,99 / $4.99, and it’s also available on PS4. Its sequel, Nubla 2 – M, the City at the Center of the World, recently published for PS4, has received important awards like the Titanium Award of the Fun & Serious Games Festival or the recent Best Design at the Indie Prize.
- Explore the art of the National Musem Thyssen-Bornemisza of Modern Art in an interactive experience
- Discover the work of artists such as Joseph Turner, Max Ernst, David Friedrich, and Joseph Cornell
- Enjoy beautiful, hand-drawn landscapes and characters with a unique art style
- Solve puzzles in a traditional point-and-click graphic adventure experience
- Meet all kinds of characters and talk with the inhabitants of Nubla’s fantasy world