Bo and Ao are graduating university and preparing to leave the flat they’ve lived in together for a year. Thanks to visa limitations, Ao is forced to return to Japan, leaving Bo in England. Disillusioned by post-educational life and shoved aside by a government who doesn’t want them there, both are trying to come to terms with their uncertain futures. And deep under their South London flat, something grows...
"[No Longer Home, formally known as] 29 is a reflection on those precarious few months surrounding the end of university, channeled through a point and click aesthetic in the vein of Kentucky Route Zero."
"Like memory, everything has a sheen of fiction to it. - [No Longer Home, FKA] 29 showcases the magical in the everyday domestic drudgery."
— The Guardian
"There is something, not an unease but an otherworldliness, that perpetuates the piece-a finely illustrated work that unfolds like a diorama."
No Longer Home is a semi-auto-biographical point and click game, set in a magical realist world. Wander through an intimate flat and examine the everyday belongings of Bo and Ao. Have BBQs, play video games, and stay up late just talking in bed. Follow the day to day activities and conversations of two queer, non-binary students and their friends. Get to know Lu, the multi-eyed, animal-like new flatmate.
An arranged blend of synthetic and analog ambiences and sounds, with instrumental embellishments guiding you between spaces within the flat; growing through animated sequences and vignettes.
The official soundtrack to No Longer Home is composed and produced by Eli Rainsberry (A Monster's Expedition, Bird Alone, Wilmot's Warehouse), with contributions from session musician Derek Daley, and composer for the prequel Friary Road, Paws Menu.