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Her Story 2 teased by developer Sam Barlow

Her Story 2 has been teased by developer Sam Barlow, making us all very excited indeed.

One of the most original games to hit our screens in 2015 was Sam Barlow’s ingenious Her Story.

This full-motion video (FMV) mystery game was a bit of a simplified Google Search sim, but it led you to piece together a rather perplexing narrative in a non-linear way. Thus, Barlow ensured everyone had their own Her Story experience.

Of course, that also mean that not everyone “got” Her Story, but those that did marked it down in history as one of those pivotal games.

And what makes it even better is that Barlow has just teased Her Story 2.

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Her Story 2 is a working title though, as the next game will be a spiritual successor to the original game.

Barlow posted a pixelated 1-pager summary of the game to Twitter, remarking that such a success is rather “neat”.

https://twitter.com/statuses/691603355282595840

That’s all we know about Her Story 2 so far, and it has the potential to be a very different game to the original.

We hope not of course, but you never know.

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