Fez’s Phil Fish Has Two New Projects in the Works


You’d think that Fez creator Phil Fish would want to rest, after the stressful, setback-plagued, five-year effort that went into creating Fez, his first indie game. Instead, the opposite is true. Emboldened, perhaps, by the the game’s success (Fez has sold more than 100,000 copies to date), Fish is now working on not one but two new projects, according to Joystiq.

The first is Super Hypercube, an abstract puzzle game with an emphasis on 3D graphics technology. The other is unannounced, but Fish hinted at it at Gamelab 2012, where he mentioned that he was “working on two games with some friends,” according to Eurogamer.es.

Given Fish’s track record, we won’t be holding our breath, but given Fez’s surpassing quality, we’re looking forward to the iconoclastic developers new work.

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1 Comment on Fez’s Phil Fish Has Two New Projects in the Works


On July 5, 2012 at 5:27 am

Wouldn’t mind seeing Fez on PC first :)