Gaming: Rising Star Games Releases “Lumini” This Fall

Rising Star Games has formed a partnership with Netherlands based developer Speelbaars, as the pair will release the visually alluring adventure game Lumini. The game comes out on PC, Mac, and Linux platforms this fall.


In the game, players are in control of the titular creatures, a race that has been missing for thousands of years. During your puzzle filled journey as one of the Lumini, you will discover why the race initially disappeared while also attempting to build a lasting peace on their planet.

“It’s our aspiration to bring players unique and captivating gaming experiences that drew us to Lumini,” said Martin Defries, managing director of Rising Star Games. “It’s always a breath of fresh air to work with a young, talented development team like Speelbaars, who are overflowing with creativity. Lumini offers players an imaginative and relaxing experience that is seldom seen in video games, and I’m very happy we get to play a part in its release.”


Along with the ability to evolve the swarm of Lumini into different forms, the game also promises, according to the press release, an “immersive and fully adaptive audio score.” Having worked in the syndicated radio business for nearly 15 years, I’m a stickler (and a sucker) for great audio. Hopefully the sound will match the game’s eye catching visuals.

Lumini will be featured at the Indie Games Showcase at Momocon 2015, which takes place May 28-31 at the Georgia World Congress Centre and Omni Hotel, Atlanta. Speelbaars representatives will also be hand to take attendees through their respective hands on experience of Lumini.


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