Dear Esther broke the mould with its original release on PC back in 2012, redefining the way games tell stories. In turn, it posed questions not just of the player, but the art form itself, single-handedly establishing a new genre, of which Everybody’s Gone To The Rapture, Gone Home and Firewatch are prominent examples.

The game asks players to explore a remote island in the Scottish Hebrides, assuming the role of a troubled man piecing together the chain of events which lead to his wife’s death. Fragments of letters appear throughout the island, weaving a complex narrative of both the recent and distant past. As the island’s secrets are gradually…

We are based in South-East London’s Surrey Quays.

Located along the Thames, our office is a ten minute walk from both Surrey Quays and Canada Water stations which are on the Jubilee line and London Overground lines respectively.

We are well served by multiple bus routes including the 1, 47, 188, 225 and 381. You can also reach us by the Thames Clipper service; we are right by the Greenland stop.