Torn Away: A game that shows the horror of war

Studio perelesoq and indie game publisher OverGamez are excited to announce the release of Torn Away, a game that follows the journey of a 10-year-old girl who escapes from a Nazi labor camp and embarks on a perilous journey to return home. The game is now available on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4/5.

Torn Away is not your typical war game. It does not glorify violence or heroism, but rather shows the devastating effects of war on innocent people. The game is inspired by modern French animation and socialist realism, creating a unique visual style that blends 3D and 2D elements. The game also features full voice acting.
The game is structured like a road movie with time jumps, and the gameplay varies depending on the situation. You will have to sneak past soldiers, explore locations, solve puzzles and interact with other characters. The game also uses psychological elements to portray Asya’s coping mechanisms, such as her talking object friend.
Torn Away is a game that aims to bring anti-war sentiment back into games with a military setting. It is a game that will make you think, feel and empathize with the victims of war. It is a game that will touch your heart.

If you are interested in playing Torn Away, you can find it on the

Nintendo Switch: here
PlayStation 4/5: here
Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S: here