Hunt a sinner through a search bar
Ring of Fire is a serial thriller told through a search bar. A dark, grisly detective noire set in the utopian backdrop of a solarpunk London in the year 2060.
Politically vocal with a diverse cast of characters, you play as Detective Grosvenor, a jaded, middle-aged trans woman in pursuit of a radicalised serial killer. We provide a challenging puzzle wrapped up in a complex narrative.
A huge database
Dive deep into a world full of articles, locations, suspects, journals & maps.
Solve the case using text entry, meaning you can’t brute force the puzzle.
Explore the 3D crime scene to examine evidence both visually and textually.
It’s a grey area
Push your suspects to the brink through branching cinematic conversations with meaningful consequences.
Explore a Crime Scene
Search the Database
A grand return to deduction gameplay
London, 2062. In the face of climate catastrophe, the waterlogged New Britain has reforged itself as a solarpunk utopia. Detective Grosvenor, a jaded, retirement-age trans woman, has the rare job of hunting society’s few remaining deviants: the murderers, abusers, and the criminally insane.
Track down the Ring of Fire killer by examining clues and interrogating key suspects, then cross-reference your findings with your database to open new avenues of inquiry. Follow leads across London in your solar-powered muscle car to discover more about the dark corners of a bright future.
Ring of Fire is a deduction puzzler wrapped up in a complex noir narrative.
A provocative vision for a sustainable yet flawed future.
Our promise to you
Far Few Giants is here to:
Bring you uncompromising voices from representative, diverse casts.
Write powerful, uncommon narratives that examine today's political climate.
Build a culture that celebrates and supports its staff.
Co-founder Richard Tongeman is an animator who has developed award-winning VR projects for brands such as Jaguar, Whirlpool & Sunseeker, and worked on critically acclaimed VR titles ABE, Dispatch & Tin Hearts. Dispatch won a golden lion award at Cannes 2018.
Tony Jeffree is an experienced writer, having published several games, scripts, comics and a novel. He cofounded Far Few Giants, as well as Scriptflix and paleBlue.games, and is lead writer on a major new AA PSVR narrative game.