Scenes from The City

Hi everyone! We on the team are all gearing up for the launch of our Kickstarter later this month, but we wanted to show off a few of the environments and areas you’ll have the opportunity to explore in Norse Noir: Loki’s Exile. Each area is rich in both visual detail and story, and we hope this small preview leaves you wanting more!

Farwood Estates


Our hero’s home. This in particular is the apartment Lars lives in, conveniently located near his favorite watering hole the Cold Trout. The apartment building is managed by one Ms. Farwood, a no-nonsense woman who’s very serious about making sure the rent is paid on time.

City Central Bus Terminal


Where most everyone passes through sooner or later. Cheap shoeshines and street performers can usually be found here… along with plenty of people who should really keep a better eye on their wallet.

Roomy! Cabaret and Bar


Owned by Freida Rumner, local fashionista and… eccentric, Roomy! is one of the most happenin’ spots in town. Though things can get a bit hairy on a Friday night, the bar is kept trouble-free by bouncer and (former) friend of Lars, Remy.

The Swahn Sisters Loan & Pawn Shop


Local home of offers people can’t refuse. This pawn shop is owned by the infamous Swahn sisters, a trio of crime lords known for their foul tempers and iron grip on the city’s underbelly.

City District 221 Police HQ


One of the smaller district offices but definitely not without its fair share of “clientele”, the area is usually left to be overseen by the fair-but-stern Sgt. Betty Marie.


We hope you’ve enjoyed this sneak peek at some of the areas coming to Norse Noir: Loki’s Exile. Let us know what you think in the comments below, or hit us up on Facebook or Twitter - We’re always happy to hear from you!

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