A Bird Story is a one-hour interactive narrative from Freebird Games, available from Steam for PC, Mac, and Linux. With no spoken dialogue, no written text, and little gameplay, A Bird Story instead focuses on storytelling and soundtrack, bridging the gap between To the Moon and its sequel. In this interview, Kan Gao of Freebird Games discusses how he tells a story without words, why he chose this medium for his tale, and the themes and experiences he hopes to convey.

Watch the video above, or download the audio edition from iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play Music, Mixcloud, Overcast, acast, Pocket Casts, TuneIn, or RadioPublic.

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