Humble Grove
Based in West Yorkshire/Lancashire, UK


Fellow Traveller

Release Date:

July 30th, 2021 (PC)
October 7th, 2021 (Switch)
October 7th, 2021 (Xbox)
March 3rd, 2023 (Playstation)


Windows / Mac / Linux
Nintendo Switch
Xbox One



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No Longer Home No Longer Home is a semi-autobiographical, magical realist point and click adventure game featuring Bo and Ao: two recent university graduates who are preparing to move out of their flat and face the looming threat of adult life. The game follows the experiences of the two lead developers and how they came to terms with what awaited them after graduating university.

Wander through an intimate flat based on the actual flat that the developers lived in, and examine the everyday belongings of Bo and Ao. Delve into their thoughts and insights, and mould your interpretation of the characters through branching, multiple-choice dialogue. Have BBQs, play video games, and stay up late just talking in bed.

No Longer Home is available on PC, Xbox, Nintendo Switch and PlayStation.

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Early History

No Longer Home is a game developed by Cel Davison and Hana Lee. In 2015 they were two recent Camberwell College of Arts Illustration graduates who were about to be forced apart by Hana’s student visa expiring. They began to work on 29, a short game recreating the flat they had spent their last year of university in, as a way to keep connected and explore their experiences. In early 2017 Humble Grove decided to push plans to make 29 into a larger game titled No Longer Home. They were joined by Adrienne Lombardo as lead programmer and Eli Rainsberry as audio lead. After a successful Kickstarter campaign in 2018 and partnering with publisher Fellow Traveller in 2020, No Longer Home released in the summer of 2021 and has received critical acclaim.


After the release of No Longer Home, Humble Grove has transformed into a worker’s co-op and brought in Beck Michalak as a new member of the studio. We are currently working on our second game Twilight Array.


No Longer Home - Playstation Trailer (2023) Youtube

No Longer Home - Launch Trailer (2021) Youtube

No Longer Home - Gameplay Trailer (2021) Youtube


download files as .zip (4.25 MB)

Logo & Icon

download full resolution and variations files as .zip (4.96 MB)

No Longer Home logos designed by Cecile Richard.

Awards & Recognition

  • National Videogame Museum

    - Selected for “The Art of Play” Exhibition, October 2022 - 2023

  • The Webby Awards

    - “Best Art Direction” Nominee, May 2022

  • The Game Awards

    - “Games for Impact”, December 2021

  • BitSummit

    - “PlayStation Award” Winner, September 2021

  • Tokyo Game Show

    - Sense of Wonder Official Selection, September 2017

Selected Articles

  • No Longer Home captures the intense connections we sometimes form with places, and how endings can make everything feel more immediate and significant.

  • […] No Longer Home manages to convey such a genuine depiction of the fears and worries young people have in this big scary world that it’s hard not to feel like it’s directed right at you.

    - James Law, NME

  • A love letter to the transient state, No Longer Home exists to frame a very specific experience that has haunted many people in the course of their lives.

About Humble Grove

Humble Grove is a UK based storytelling and game-making co-op made up of Cel Davison, Hana Lee and Beck Michalak. The studio's first game No Longer Home was released in 2021, and they are currently working on newly announced project Twilight Array. The goal of the co-op is to work as a team to make rich narrative experiences that draw on diverse inspirations, and to do so sustainably for its members.

What is a co-op? In Humble Grove it means that the workers own the company. We make decisions collectively and there are no bosses.


Cel Davison (they/them)
Lead Writer & Cinematographer

Hana Lee (they/them)
Lead Artist, Animator & Japanese Localisation

Adrienne Lombardo (they/them)
Lead Programmer & Console Development

Eli Rainsberry (they/them)
Lead Music Composer & Audio Curator

Lotte May (she/her)
Console Development & Additional Programming

Daniel Collier (he/him)
Console Development