Heaven’s Hope Resumes Development


It’s been two long years since we’ve heard anything about the goth comic adventure, Heaven’s Hope.  But now, Mosaic Mask has announced that they have resumed development of this highly anticipated game for the PC and Mac and that they have released a new trailer for the game as well.

Mosiac Mask had previously begun work on Heaven’s Hope after receiving special funding for the development of video games from the Lower Saxony government in Germany.  Although the initial concept of the game was well received by the media the studio had to put the game aside due to resource restrictions.  Now Mosaic Studios is pleased to be back on track and have resumed development of the game.

“We’ve closely followed alternative funding endeavors of fellow adventure game developers over the past year and a half, and their hard-won successes in the crowd funding arena have finally given us the confidence to resume development of Heaven’s Hope,” says Seçkin Ölmez, founder and lead designer at Mosaic Mask Studio.  “We’re very open about the fact that Kickstarter is definitely something we will be looking at in the near future, but we’re also open to alternative funding routes at this point.  Running a long-term crowd funding campaign on our own website independently might be an option too, for example, as other studios have shown before us.


Heaven’s Hope has you playing the part of apprentice-angel, Talorel, a student of Heaven’s stunt flying academy who just needs to pass his final exam in order to become a full-fledged angel.  Unfortunately, Talorel has hit an unknown flying object and crash landed into 19th century Earth near the town of Heaven’s Hope.  However, it doesn’t matter if this was an accident.  If the Archangels find out that you passed the Heavenly Barriers without permission you could be cast out from Heaven forever.  Now, with the help of your friends Myriel and Azeal you must find a way to sneak back into Heaven before your final exam.  You’ll need to be careful though, Heaven’s Hope is in the middle of the Spanish Inquisition.

The game is scheduled to release in the fourth quarter of 2014 to both Mac and PC.  For more information on the game be sure to check out the website, Facebook or Twitter pages.

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August 9, 2013 - 1:05 pm