Updated: Sep 27
Co-starring 'Chinese Kickboxing' Black Belt, Dita Tantang
Wales Interactive are proud to announce Mia and the Dragon Princess. In this offbeat action-adventure, we follow Mia, a plucky barmaid whose life is thrown into chaos when a mysterious woman turns up at her workplace, on the run from a group of violent thugs and unable to speak English. Mia and the Dragon Princess will punch its way to PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Series X|S, Switch, iOS and Android in Q4 2022. The interactive movie is available to add to your Steam Wishlist. Stay tuned for more interactive movie announcements coming soon.
Featuring action designed by world-renowned fight coordinator, Marcus Shakesheff (WonderWoman, Hanna, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Batman: Arkham Asylum, Pennyworth, Guardians of the Galaxy, Game of Thrones)
Featuring fight stunts by Taekwondo instructor and content creator with over 500M views 'Ginger Ninja Trickster' aka Aaron Gassor.
Real time Attribute Tracking that evolves based on your choices and influences the story
Multi-optional storytelling with 10 different outcomes
Starring Paul McGann (Doctor Who, Alien 3, Withnail & I), Brian McCardie (Time, Rob Roy) and MyAnna Buring (The Witcher, Ripper Street), Dita Tantang and Noa Bleeker.
Guest appearance by Daz Black (DazGames)
Synopsis Mia dreams of adventure, but her feeling of responsibility to her workmates – who have become her surrogate family – keeps her working at a job she’s bored of, living a life she didn’t want. When a mysterious woman (Marshanda) turns up scared and on the run, Mia’s decision to take her under her wing and try to discover her identity leads her down a path of intrigue, mystery and danger. When a group of thugs, led by the quietly terrifying, Walsh (Paul McGann) turns up at the bar, Mia and her co-workers are taken hostage along with a group of customers. When Mia’s boss, Matthew (Brian McCardie) is injured, the stakes are raised and the struggle becomes real when Mia and the group end up on the run and battling for their lives.
The viewer’s choices will guide Mia through the adventure and will determine her fate, as well as that of the whole group. Throughout the game, your interactions could increase your knowledge around the identity of the mysterious woman, but the way Mia deals with the rest of the group will also have an impact, so each choice needs to be carefully considered. Mia and the Dragon Princess is published by Wales Interactive and co-developed by Wales Interactive, Good Gate Media and Dead Pixel Productions.