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The Letter

TreeFall Studios has reduced the price of The Letter. It’s currently on sale for $0.49, whereas it’s normally $1.99. The sale will last through August 15.


One of the more prominent criticisms surrounding The Letter concerns the game’s length. For many, the entire experience can be completed in a half hour or less.

The Letter’s length is something that developer TreeFall Studios addressed in a recent Miiverse post. Creator Eli Brewer believes that despite its short nature, “The Letter is a finished game”. Future updates, Brewer said, “will greatly enhance/change the experience of the game, yet they are all additional content coming after the initial game, not updates to finish the game.”

Here’s the Miiverse post in full:

The Letter will soon be receiving an update that makes a few additions and changes. TreeFall Studios is including an extra level and new things to find, for example. You can get a look at the upcoming update in the video above.

TreeFall Studios released The Letter on the North American Wii U eShop today. If you want to check out the game in action, view the video below. You’ll see that it can apparently be completed in just a matter of minutes.

TreeFall Studios’ first-person horror adventure “The Letter” appears to be coming to the North American Wii U eShop next week. The digital store has the game listed for a July 10 launch. Pricing is set at $1.99.


TreeFall Studios has temporarily put “Forbidden Sanctity” on hold. But in the meantime, the developer has launched an Indiegogo campaign for “The Letter”, a potential new exclusive for the Wii U eShop.

Below is an official overview of the title:

This game is a exploration and narrative based horror game for the Nintendo Wii U. Michael Kennedy is a young boy who receives a letter from his father who recently took an “off the books” construction job in a strange valley down the road from their Mountain Home. In the letter the father explains that he is probably already dead by the time his son receives the letter. Michael has no idea what is going on with this new construction team or this hidden valley, but he loves his father and will do anything to try to save him.

You can find The Letter on Indiegogo here. The campaign is seeking $5,000 in funding.


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