December 16, 2021


New Indonesian Studio reveals “Afterlove EP” at Nintendo Indie World

December 16, 2021 | Kenzie

Afterlove EP is a narrative adventure with relationship sim and rhythm game elements. Previously announced as Project Heartbreak, the multi-hyphenate game experience covers themes of finding love and friendship in memories and music.

Afterlove EP follows the story of Rama and his struggle with the sudden loss of his girlfriend Cinta. Players join the musician through a bustling and vibrant Jakarta, moving on and making choices to find meaning in his life once again. Everyday activities like making new friends, jamming with the band, and working on his music reveal a branching storyline and multiple endings.

The brand-new Indonesian studio Pikselnesia has rounded together talent to bring this emotional, musical experience to life. The game is directed by Coffee Talk creator Mohammed Fahmi, illustrated by artist Soyatu, and completed with a soundtrack by the Indonesian indie band L’alphalpha.

The game, now officially announced at Nintendo Indie World, joins the ranks of indie publisher Fellow Traveler’s acclaimed story-rich portfolio, including hits like Neo Cab, Paradise Killer, and In Other Waters.

Players can expect to start their heartfelt adventure through the city of Jakarta on the Playstation, Nintendo Switch, and PC on Steam in 2022. Wishlist the game and follow Pikselnesia on Twitter for updates.


Kenzie received a second childhood by crunching five generations of video game history in her free time – out of pure boredom and fascination. Since then, she’s been obsessively playing and writing about games and interactive fiction. She hopped aboard VirtualSEA to discover more about the regional game industry and help promote its talent and titles. She has a rolling list of favorite games, but Knights of the Old Republic and Horizon Zero Dawn come out on top.

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