Concrete Genie

Pixel Opus, Sony Interactive Entertainment

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Concrete Genie

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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Oct 8, 2019

Developer: Pixel Opus

Publisher: Sony Interactive Entertainment

Genres: Art, Adventure

Concrete Genie follows the heartwarming journey of a bullied teen named Ash, who escapes his troubles by bringing his colorful imagination to life in his sketchbook, while exploring his hometown of Denska – a once bright and bustling seaside town now polluted by Darkness.
Ash discovers a mysterious lighthouse, where he finds a magical paintbrush charged with ‘Living Paint’ capable of creating magnificent masterpieces that can purify Denska’s polluted walls.
Ash must harness the magical properties of his powerful paintbrush to eliminate the Darkness polluting Denska with the help of the mischevious Genies he creates along the way.
Can Ash overcome his personal struggles and paint his hometown back to life?

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Concrete Genie - Release Date Reveal Trailer | PS4 thumbnail

Concrete Genie - Release Date Reveal Trailer | PS4

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Concrete Genie - Story Trailer | PS4

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Concrete Genie - Paris Games Week Announce Trailer | PS4

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Recent News

PS4 Puzzle-Adventure Concrete Genie Is About Creating Art In A Perilous Place - GameSpot

PS4 Puzzle-Adventure Concrete Genie Is About Creating Art In A Perilous Place - GameSpot

PixelOpus' PS4 puzzle-adventure Concrete Genie lets you explore a corrupted seaside town while bringing life back into the city with your art.

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Concrete Genie's Art Creation Was Aided By Media Molecule's Dreams Technology

Concrete Genie's Art Creation Was Aided By Media Molecule's Dreams Technology

The two Sony studios were able to help each other during development.

Read full article on Game Informer