Photographs features five levels, each said to begin as a blank canvas, which develop with a narrative and photos every time you solve a puzzle in them. You can see what the game looks like in action in the short trailer below (you might recognize the art from Octavi Navarro, who also worked on Thimbleweed Park).
In an interview with Polygon, Luca described it as dark and heavy, and offered some (minor) details about the story behind the first level of the game. It revolves around two people that want to stay together, but the situation they have found themselves in is forcing them apart. It sounds interesting — and creepy — and we’ll definitely be keeping an eye on it going forward.
Photographs will launch on Android, iOS, Mac, and Windows PC sometime this year.