A new studio called 2.21 has been announced in Paris. It’s co-founded by Didier Chanfray, the creator of classic franchise Little Big Adventure. The studio is about to start the production of a new game in the series, although it’s unclear whether it will be a sequel or reboot.
— 2.21 (@2point21) September 8, 2021
Co-creator of Little Big Adventure and creator of Alone in the Dark Frédérick Raynal is also on board.
The first two entries, Little Big Adventure and Little Big Adventure 2: Twinsen’s Odyssey, came out in 1994 and 1997 respectively.
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