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Dear Esther (Credits)

The Chinese Room

Robert BriscoeArt & Environment Design
Jessica CurryComposer & Audio Design
Dan PinchbeckProducer & Narrative Design
Ben AndrewsConcept Art
Samuel JusticeTechnical Audio
Jack MorganProgramming

Phoenix Sound

Paul GoldingRecorder and Mixer
Jessica CurryMusic Arranger
Andrew SkeetMusic Arranger
Isobel GriffithsString Contractor
Jo BuckleyAssistant String Contractor
Louisa FullerViolin
Tom Pigott-SmithViolin
Rachel RobsonViola
Chris WorseyCello
Andrew SkeetPiano
Clara SanabrasVocals
Jessica CurrySamples & Audio Effects

Middle Street Studio

Phil ThompsonStudio Engineer

The Chinese Room

Lewis DenbyPress and PR
Indie FundThanks (Support Company)
University of PortsmouthThanks (Support Company)
Jonathan BlowThanks
Jonathon BrownThanks
Ron CarmelThanks
Wojtek StarakThanks
Marcel VijfwinkelThanks
Joseph CavallaThanks
Kate CharlesThanks
Carola CudemoThanks
Jade FalzonThanks
Tracy FullertonThanks
Paolo GiaieroThanks
Adam GriffithsThanks
Aaron IsaksenThanks
Rich LemarchandThanks
Kellee SantiagoThanks
Josh ShortThanks
Jonathon SmårsThanks
Jeroen StoutThanks
Asher VollmerThanks
Doug WilsonThanks

Dear Esther

70 /100

Released: 2012

Dear Esther is a ghost story, told using first-person gaming technologies. Rather than traditional game-play the focus here is on exploration, uncovering the mystery of the island, of who you are and why you are here....