If Simogo's fantastic Year Walk, left you hungry for more, you're in luck. The Swedish studio is "getting the band back together," so to speak, and once again bringing Jonas Tarestad onboard to write the story and Daniel Olsén to compose the music. Check out how this all (very mysteriously, I might add) goes together in the trailer:

Device 6 is a "surreal thriller" that seems to be set in the context of something more similar to a game book. Following a character named Anna who wakes up on a remote island with a classic case of amnesia, Simogo "blends puzzle and novella, to draw players into an intriguing mystery of technology and neuroscience."

For more information on the game, check out Simogo's blog post. Otherwise, if you want to just go into this title knowing as little as possible for the best spoiler-free experience, add it to your TouchArcade app watch list and we'll ping you when it's finally available "this year."

  • curtisrshideler

    These guys know what I like. Mystery and technology. If only they'd put out RPG and soccer titles after this, an I could have only their games on my phone! Can't wait to check this one out. Just hope it's not as big as Year Walk's file size!

  • garret44

    Will get this right when it comes out

  • xx99

    What an intriguing and gorgeous trailer. Year Walk was nothing short of amazing. Can't wait for this one.

  • InkyTheGhost

    Cool, looks like a strange mix of "House of Leaves" and "The Prisoner."

  • loophole

    I would pay 20 bucks for a simogo game after year walk! They've proven they know how to make good games...

    • themostunclean

      Agreed. Only caveat- it would have to be at least 10x longer.

  • Marley Listmann

    Simogo design team is amazing, their "Less Is More" approach to game design is both intriguing and puts the focus where it should be, on The Story, not the graphics.

  • dylanmannen

    OH MY GOD YES! Simogo is my absolute favorite ios dev! Cant wait. Älskar er så jävla mycket Simogo ;)!

    • Marley Listmann

      Haha Nice;)
      De älskar dig också

  • jarland

    I was hoping that Year Walk would represent a trend. Looks like I got my wish. Definitely looks like the kind of game that one could lose themselves in for a bit of time. Year Walk managed to get me emotionally invested in the game, and that made me realize what most games are missing these days.