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Claire de Lune Game Trailer

A new video is out from developer Tactic Studios with the announcement of the Claire de Lune game trailer for their story-driven puzzle game.

Set in a grounded science fiction universe, Claire de Lune takes players on a first person puzzle adventure. The game itself was developed using the proprietary Immortal Engine which was designed by two people from scratch.

We are so excited to finally announce Claire de lune and the game engine driving it, the Immortal Engine. We’ve come a long way from our last 2D title, both technically and visually. Our company peaked at only 5 employees during the production of Claire de lune, and I’m so proud of what we’ve accomplished with so few resources.

Tactic CEO, Jesse Attard
Claire de Lune Trailer

Players take on the character of John. As a smuggler on the run with his daughter, Claire, crash land on a foreign planet. Both are separated from each other and John must use his skills and some handy technology to find Claire. Also he will need to repair his ship and escape safely. All along this journey, John will discover that there is more to this mysterious alien world.

Some of the key features of the game offer puzzle solving, platforming, first person combat, and stealth sequences all on top of an engaging character-driven storyline. An array of unique puzzles with creative solutions will challenge players as they explore the environments of the vast planet and a large abandoned research facility.

Claire de Lune will be released on PC and a release date has yet to be determined. For more information visit the game’s website at

Tactic Studios (@TacticStudios Twitter) is based in London, Canada and was founded in 2007 by Jesse Attard. The studio released their first game Immortal Empire on Steam in December 2015.