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A couple of weeks ago we put together a new trailer for Pavilion to be shown at E3 this year, but due to length restriction of the video we had to cut certain scenes from it. So we though we would, in correlation with posting on the Playstation blog, post the full length version of the E3 trailer here.

You can watch the video above and check out the blog post over at the PlayStation blog in which we dive a little bit deeper into the gameplay behind Pavilion.

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Hi there!

We’re finally back from BitSummita bit tired but also very pleased with and energized from attending the event and meeting a bunch of great people.

But one step at a time. Just before attending the event we released a new 
video teaser on the PlayStation blog

The video was very well received and we appreciate all the interesting discussions and positive  comments that followed. Be sure to look out for more video material in the coming months. 

Anyhow, shortly after the teaser was released we went to the fantastic event of BitSummit in Kyoto, showing off a new demo of Pavilion.We greatly appreciate everyone who came by to play the game, give feedback and just chat with us. Thank you, we had a great time!

Destructoid came by and did an article on the game and then featured it as one of top games at BitSummit. 

Also, just before setting out for BitSummit Mike Rose wrote an article on 
Gamasutra about Pavilion and the early stage of development, which you can read here.

Our musician Tony Gerber has also put up a track from the Pavilion soundtrack which you can listen to above. If you like it, please check out Tony’s other projects and personal music and support him if you like what he is doing.

Until next time. Take care everyone,

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Allbeit a bit late, we wanted to wish you all a happy new year!

And to celebrate this new year we thought we would give you, in the spirit of current times, some gifs from Pavilion. You might reconginze one of the gifs if you’ve played the Pavilion demo at Tokyo Game Show or GameX this year, otherwise they all might be new to you. Click on them to view a larger version.

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You can also view them here if they are slow to load.

Recently Pavilion was also featured as one of Indie Statiks 100 most anticipated indie games of 2014 as well as one of Pocket Gamers 10 most anticipated PlayStation Vita games of 2014. For this we are very grateful and hope that 2014 will be a wonderful year for Pavilion!

Until next time, take care!

Good news everyone!
We’re proud to announce that Pavilion will be playable at the GameX expo in Kista, Stockholm 31st of October until 3rd of November.
This in collaboration with The Square, hosting us in their booth together with a number of other Swedish independent developer. You can find more information over here and then check out our profile on the GameX site here.
Recently The Square also did an profile on us were we talk some background to Pavilion and how we got into developing for the PlayStation4, read it over at The Square.
We hop to see you there!

Good news everyone!

We’re proud to announce that Pavilion will be playable at the GameX expo in Kista, Stockholm 31st of October until 3rd of November.

This in collaboration with The Square, hosting us in their booth together with a number of other Swedish independent developer. You can find more information over here and then check out our profile on the GameX site here.

Recently The Square also did an profile on us were we talk some background to Pavilion and how we got into developing for the PlayStation4, read it over at The Square.

We hop to see you there!

Tokyo Game Show Roundup.
We are now back from a superb Tokyo Game Show where we, for the first time, exhibited Pavilion in the public. We must say that it went better then we could ever expect and the reception of Pavilion was just great. So thanks to everyone that came and played Pavilion, we really appreciate it.
So the week started of on Wednesday evening when we attended the Indie Underground event to do a short presentation of Pavilion. You can find it over at Ustream, the sound is not the best but hopefully you can still enjoy bits of behind the development of Pavilion. http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/38925965

During Tokyo Game Show we were visited by the guys from “Where does godzilla poo?” to do a short video interview that you can find over at: http://wheredoesgodzillapoop.com/?p=6496
Japanese national television also did a interview but it ended up as bits n’ pieces in a more general video about the Indie showcase. http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/newsline/201309192222.html
Polygons Michael McWhertor came by to play the demo and ended up writing a small piece about it, which perhaps sheds more light on the gameplay for people who have not played it. http://www.polygon.com/2013/9/23/4760986/pavilion-ps4-ps-vita-tgs

And last, for our French readers(if we have any?), gameblog.fr filmed and talked when Henrik played the demo. http://www.gameblog.fr/news/38368-tgs-impressions-de-pavilion-la-pepite-ps4 
That’s all for now but it won’t be too long until the next update.
Take care.

Tokyo Game Show Roundup.

We are now back from a superb Tokyo Game Show where we, for the first time, exhibited Pavilion in the public. We must say that it went better then we could ever expect and the reception of Pavilion was just great. So thanks to everyone that came and played Pavilion, we really appreciate it.

So the week started of on Wednesday evening when we attended the Indie Underground event to do a short presentation of Pavilion. You can find it over at Ustream, the sound is not the best but hopefully you can still enjoy bits of behind the development of Pavilion. http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/38925965

During Tokyo Game Show we were visited by the guys from “Where does godzilla poo?” to do a short video interview that you can find over at: http://wheredoesgodzillapoop.com/?p=6496

Japanese national television also did a interview but it ended up as bits n’ pieces in a more general video about the Indie showcase. http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/newsline/201309192222.html

Polygons Michael McWhertor came by to play the demo and ended up writing a small piece about it, which perhaps sheds more light on the gameplay for people who have not played it. http://www.polygon.com/2013/9/23/4760986/pavilion-ps4-ps-vita-tgs

And last, for our French readers(if we have any?), gameblog.fr filmed and talked when Henrik played the demo. http://www.gameblog.fr/news/38368-tgs-impressions-de-pavilion-la-pepite-ps4 

That’s all for now but it won’t be too long until the next update.

Take care.

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Today, during Sony Japans(SCEJ) press conference one could see Pavilion doing a brief appearance in the indie section.
As you might now have guessed, Pavilion will be released on PlayStation 4 & PlayStation Vita sometime next year. We will give more detailed information about this in the near future. Until then we will give you 3 new screenshots from the game in its current state.



A reminder for people living in Tokyo or attending Tokyo Game Show this year. On the evening of 9/18, the day before Tokyo Game Show starts, we will attend the Indie Underground Event to do a short presentation of Pavilion. Except us, there will be a bunch of other prominent indie developers showing off their latest creations. So you should definitely check it out if you have the opportunity.

One last reminder regarding Tokyo Game Show and where you can find us.
During the first two days 19th-20th you’ll find us in the Indie Games Area located in Hall 4, booth 4-N23.
Then on 21st-22nd we’ll be in the Indie Games Area located in Hall 9, booth 9-C30.
Hope to see you there! Today, during Sony Japans(SCEJ) press conference one could see Pavilion doing a brief appearance in the indie section.
As you might now have guessed, Pavilion will be released on PlayStation 4 & PlayStation Vita sometime next year. We will give more detailed information about this in the near future. Until then we will give you 3 new screenshots from the game in its current state.



A reminder for people living in Tokyo or attending Tokyo Game Show this year. On the evening of 9/18, the day before Tokyo Game Show starts, we will attend the Indie Underground Event to do a short presentation of Pavilion. Except us, there will be a bunch of other prominent indie developers showing off their latest creations. So you should definitely check it out if you have the opportunity.

One last reminder regarding Tokyo Game Show and where you can find us.
During the first two days 19th-20th you’ll find us in the Indie Games Area located in Hall 4, booth 4-N23.
Then on 21st-22nd we’ll be in the Indie Games Area located in Hall 9, booth 9-C30.
Hope to see you there! Today, during Sony Japans(SCEJ) press conference one could see Pavilion doing a brief appearance in the indie section.
As you might now have guessed, Pavilion will be released on PlayStation 4 & PlayStation Vita sometime next year. We will give more detailed information about this in the near future. Until then we will give you 3 new screenshots from the game in its current state.



A reminder for people living in Tokyo or attending Tokyo Game Show this year. On the evening of 9/18, the day before Tokyo Game Show starts, we will attend the Indie Underground Event to do a short presentation of Pavilion. Except us, there will be a bunch of other prominent indie developers showing off their latest creations. So you should definitely check it out if you have the opportunity.

One last reminder regarding Tokyo Game Show and where you can find us.
During the first two days 19th-20th you’ll find us in the Indie Games Area located in Hall 4, booth 4-N23.
Then on 21st-22nd we’ll be in the Indie Games Area located in Hall 9, booth 9-C30.
Hope to see you there!

Today, during Sony Japans(SCEJ) press conference one could see Pavilion doing a brief appearance in the indie section.

As you might now have guessed, Pavilion will be released on PlayStation 4 & PlayStation Vita sometime next year. We will give more detailed information about this in the near future. Until then we will give you 3 new screenshots from the game in its current state.

A reminder for people living in Tokyo or attending Tokyo Game Show this year. On the evening of 9/18, the day before Tokyo Game Show starts, we will attend the Indie Underground Event to do a short presentation of Pavilion. Except us, there will be a bunch of other prominent indie developers showing off their latest creations. So you should definitely check it out if you have the opportunity.

One last reminder regarding Tokyo Game Show and where you can find us.

During the first two days 19th-20th you’ll find us in the Indie Games Area located in Hall 4, booth 4-N23.

Then on 21st-22nd we’ll be in the Indie Games Area located in Hall 9, booth 9-C30.

Hope to see you there!

The summer is here in full swing with warm nights, iced coffee and the constant call of the cicadas. Despite that, we are hard at work on Pavilion, putting it together piece by piece, level by level.  
Part from that we got some additional good news we want to share with you. At this year’s Tokyo Game Show we will exhibit Pavilion in the Indie Games area for 4 days, starting September 19th and closing the 22nd. The last 2 days are open to the public and you can find out more information about the event over at Tokyo Game Show’s homepage.
So if you are attending the exhibition, be sure to come by to try out our new Pavilion demo. Or if you are interested to meet up at or outside the event, shoot us an email at contact@visiontrick.com.
Oh and not to forget, we have set up an Instagram account to easily post micro updates of the development of Pavilion. So go on and check it out! http://instagram.com/visiontrickmedia
Take care and see you at Tokyo Game Show!

The summer is here in full swing with warm nights, iced coffee and the constant call of the cicadas. Despite that, we are hard at work on Pavilion, putting it together piece by piece, level by level.  

Part from that we got some additional good news we want to share with you. At this year’s Tokyo Game Show we will exhibit Pavilion in the Indie Games area for 4 days, starting September 19th and closing the 22nd. The last 2 days are open to the public and you can find out more information about the event over at Tokyo Game Show’s homepage.

So if you are attending the exhibition, be sure to come by to try out our new Pavilion demo. Or if you are interested to meet up at or outside the event, shoot us an email at contact@visiontrick.com.

Oh and not to forget, we have set up an Instagram account to easily post micro updates of the development of Pavilion. So go on and check it out! http://instagram.com/visiontrickmedia

Take care and see you at Tokyo Game Show!

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Good evening.
Since posting the music teaser video we’ve also posted, on twitter and facebook, the actually images we used in the video. Those images were directly taken from the video and because of that it had black borders and were not in the high definition which the game is in. 
So why not release them in the original resolution, directly taken from the game, we though. So here they are;

Good evening.

Since posting the music teaser video we’ve also posted, on twitter and facebook, the actually images we used in the video. Those images were directly taken from the video and because of that it had black borders and were not in the high definition which the game is in. 

So why not release them in the original resolution, directly taken from the game, we though. So here they are;

We haven’t showcased much of the audio side of Pavilion yet, so we thought it was time to let you get a taste of what we’re aiming for in terms of the musical mood. The above video is a teaser showcasing 3 different tunes and moods accompanied with some visuals from the game. You can also find this video on vimeo and youtube.

We’ve also launched a small music section over at the press page with some thoughts about the music in Pavilion and the above video.

And all this thanks to our collaborator and "live space music" pioneer Tony Gerber. His ambient music sets a beautiful atmosphere and brings a great unique mood to the experience of Pavilion.  So if you like what you hear in the above video, please support Tony by buying his music over at his shop

Until next time.

Pavilion & Visiontrick to Bitsummit