Factsheet

Developer:
oddbreeze
Based in Montreal, Canada

Release date:
Early Access, October 9th 2019

Platforms:
Steam

Website:
crew167.com

Regular Price:

Early Access8.99 USD$

Description

Crew 167 finds himself alone on a spaceship hurtling towards a destination that may be the salvation that his home world is seeking. During this isolation, his mind begins to create hallucinations to keep him entertained. Dive into the mind of the character as he tries to make sense of the world around him. Delve into a psychological and atmospheric cinematic mystery as you solve puzzles in this block-pushing adventure. Crew 167 is the story of same-named character who finds himself isolated in the midst of an interstellar journey. His home planet, Source, is severely suffering from climate change and a backup plan is essential for his home planet’s survival. However, after traveling for over a century, the implant in his head has begun to show signs of malfunction and is starting to affect his mental health.

History

Crew 167: The Grand Block Odyssey is the debut title from oddbreeze and was inspired by games in the SNES era, which is why we have a similar view to older 2D titles. The game was developed part time for the first three years of production by Jonathan.

Features

  • Conquer over 70 satisfying puzzles.
  • Experience the story through cinematic cutscenes, while enjoying an amazing soundtrack.

Videos

Trailer YouTube


Images

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Awards & Recognition

  • "Music, 2nd Place" MIGF 2017, 19 November, 2017

Discord
Join us at discord.gg.

Original Soundtrack
Listen now on soundcloud.com.


About oddbreeze

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Our mission at oddbreeze is to create engaging and amazing narrative video game experiences for players who crave immersive fictional universes. We want to build worlds that enchant people and bring them to ponder each of their actions and try to determine what impact they have on the characters around them. We thrive by the quality of our work, the depth of our experiences and the ambition of our people. We dream of a catalog of games where players cherish each experience with confidence and trust.

More information
More information on oddbreeze, our logo & relevant media are available here.


Crew 167: The Grand Block Odyssey Credits

Jonathan Chouinard
Game Developer, oddbreeze

Samuel Desrosiers
Music Composer

Mike Wilson
Character Artist, Freelancer

Mark Wester
Logo Design, Freelancer


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