Kickstarter’s TRÜBERBROOK resembles a Wes Anderson film

A point-and-click sci-fi mystery.

A small called Trueberbrook in 1960's Germany with Hans Tanhauser

TRÜBERBROOK is essentially the Wes Anderson video game that you never thought you wanted.

Taking place in 1967 rural Germany, Tanhausser, an American grad physics student, won a trip to this small town called Trüberbrook. You guessed it: strange things are happening, and it’s up to Tanhausser to save the day with his extensive scientific knowledge.

All the scenery is hand-crafted with real lighting while the characters are 3D models inserted into this world.

This Kickstarter project already exceeded its goal within 30 hours back in November but you still have time to back this project before it closes on Thursday, December 16th.

TRÜBERBROOK is expected to be released on all major platforms – Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, Windows, Mac, and Linux – in 2018.

For more updates, head over to their Facebook, Twitter, and Kickstarter page.