Slide and manipulate strange intricate puzzle boxes
Explore a gorgeous Chinese-inspired world through 360° game play
Precisely interact complex items and move the world at your fingertips
Kaisuo will be available on PC and Oculus Rift.
As a kid, my mother, a docent at the National Palace Museum, would often take me to visit the exhibits. My favorite one was the Curio Boxes owned by emperors. They're elegantly made wooden boxes used to curate and store important and precious treasure. I wanted to create a puzzle game that would reflect sense of exploration and delight that comes with solving and discovering the compartments of a puzzle box. Thus, Kaisuo was created. In Winter 2017, with the help of a couple of friends, I successfully pitched Kaisuo (formerly known as Lantern) to the AGP (Advanced Games Project) program at USC. This gave Kaisuo the possibility to go from a brain child I've been keeping for almost two years to a fully-fledged game.
MEET THE TEAM
Sara Chen is the Producer for Kaisuo. She is currently studying, as a senior, Business Cinematic Arts. She loves cute things.LinkedIn
When she's not making games, she's playing them. Some of her favorites include League of Legends, Witcher 3, and the Elder Scrolls series. Outside of gaming, she loves all things involving cats, food, and space.LinkedIn
Qingzhou (Steven) Tang
Anek (Nick) Baweja
As a Business Administration major with a Game Entrepreneurism minor, he loves to tell people his degree in full to sound impressive. His other favorite pastimes include producing associates and being associated with producing.LinkedIn
Lead Audio Designer