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The Beloved Australian Book, Storm Boy Game Adaptation Announced

Storm Boy Game Flying to consoles, PC, mobile devices later this year

Storm Boy: The Game, an adaptation of the novella exploring the friendship between a child and his pet pelican, will soar to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Windows PC, Mac, iOS, and Android in late 2018, Blowfish Studios announced today.

Based on Colin Thiele’s 1964 children’s book of the same name, Storm Boy takes place on the beaches of South Australia near the mouth of the Murray River, where the titular protagonist rescues orphaned pelican chicks, one of whom later becomes the child’s pet and faithful companion, Mr. Percival.

Experience an interactive retelling of the classic tale by taking control of both Storm Boy and Mr. Percival in key moments, such as when the pair rescued stranded sailors during a storm. Relive their friendship and enjoy seaside activities across a wide assortment of fun and relaxing mini-games, including sand drawing, sailing, cockle hunting, playing fetch, sand surfing, pelican feeding, and more.

Players can also enjoy Storm Boy by flying around the Coorong amongst flocks of other birds or alone, taking in painterly, dream-like views of the untamed lagoons and coastline.

“Storm Boy is a classic piece of literature in Australia, and we’re proud to adapt it for a new medium. We hope players of all ages will enjoy this story; whether it’s for the first time or through a new lens; and can’t wait to share it with the world when we release it for consoles, PC, and mobile devices later this year.”

said Ellen Jurik, Senior Producer, Blowfish Studios.

Storm Boy will be playable ahead of its release later this year PAX West and PAX Australia. To learn more, visit Storm Boy: The Game’s website and follow@StormBoyTheGame for updates.

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Derek 'Dez' Maggs

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