Posts Tagged ‘SeithCG’

Lionel Gallat Explains Ghost Of A Tale

By Jim Rossignol on May 8th, 2013.


Thanks to an unexpected extension by hosts IndieGoGo, the marvelous-looking Ghost Of A Tale gets another week to hit the all-or-nothing fundraising target. It’s one of those strange little projects that can come only from a talented individual with a very personal vision, and I have to declare that I really would like to see it get made. I talked to Lionel Gallat, who has quit the mainstream film industry to submerge himself in solo game dev, about this beautifully animated experiment.
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Mouse And Keyboard: Ghost Of A Tale

By Jim Rossignol on April 3rd, 2013.


Some men are talented. Others, well, they are like Lionel “Seith” Gallat. Fresh from being the animation director on Despicable Me and The Lorax, Gallat has turned himself into a one-man game studio, and he’s single-handedly making an exquisite-looking little game called Ghost Of A Tale, the trailer for which you can see below. The game, in which the player takes control of an anthropomorphic mouse, references Ico and the Gothic games. Gallat explains: “The mysterious Island of Periclave, which has long been a disputed outpost for the Army of the Rats, is abandoned now, and reputed to be haunted. Of course tales are told of a fabulous treasure hidden high up in the Tower of Periclave, but it would be folly to try and get there, even for a mighty warrior – and the little mouse certainly doesn’t look like one.”
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