Blackwood Crossing is a story-driven first-person adventure game. An intriguing and emotive tale exploring the fragile relationship between orphaned siblings, Scarlett and Finn. When their paths cross with a mysterious figure, an ordinary train ride evolves into a magical story of life, love and loss.
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March 13

Street Date Announced!

Blackwood Crossing will officially be hitting Steam on Wednesday 5th April, priced at £12.99 / $15.99 / €15.99. The central themes of love, life and loss make for a rich, thought-provoking, and often dark, experience. If you love emotive, story-driven adventures then Blackwood is for you.

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March 4

The Sibling Bond

Read this - and other development insights - on the Blackwood Crossing Developer Blog []


At the core of Blackwood Crossing is the relationship of siblings Finn and Scarlett.

It’s been absolutely crucial for us to create a connection that’s believable and engaging. And thankfully everyone who’s experienced the game has felt it, and say they’re enchanted by how real the connection is.

Here we examine their bond in more detail.


Being siblings, we had to look at Finn and Scarlett’s relationship through our own eyes.

Most of the PaperSeven development team have brothers and sisters. We didn’t necessarily realise it at the time, but we started to craft Scarlett and Finn’s relationship based, in part, on our own experiences.

Younger brothers are, almost by definition, a pain in the butt! But they’re also loveable, and we yearn to protect them. Their character is defined by being the second child and having to fight for attention from an early age, giving them a confidence that is both appealing and attractive.

We were keen for Finn to exude a 10-year-old’s confidence and charm. So, you love him…but sometimes, just sometimes…!

The voice actors realised this balancing act of emotions brilliantly….but more to come on that later!


Ever noticed how children, especially boys, are possibly the most over confident and precocious mammals on the planet when they get to the end of primary school?! There’s a good reason for that. When you’re the biggest fish in the pond you are the King of all you survey.

The trouble is that your next stop is secondary school, and you’re bumped down the pecking order so that you end up a much, much smaller fish in a veritable ocean. This is where Scarlett’s been the last couple of years.

As is natural at that age, she’s making new connections, discovering boys and taking steps into an ever wilder world. And it’s these changes that have seen them grow apart.

The strain of this separation is something that players will be able to relate to. It forms the very heart of Blackwood Crossing’s sibling relationship.


Having been orphaned as young children the bond between Finn and Scarlett has always been stronger than you would normally expect. Special.

Finn always looked to Scarlett as more than just a big sister. She’s his connection to their parents, and his roots. It’s a connection he can’t remember as their parents died when he was very young.

So, as Scarlett has become more distant, Finn’s sense of loss runs ever deeper.

Our hope is that players really ‘feel’ this – increasing the emotional connection with the game…

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About This Game

"Blackwood Crossing is a story-driven first-person adventure game. A haunting tale of intrigue and mystery.
You play as Scarlett, a teenager finding her way in the world. You wake up, disorientated, to find yourself and your younger brother, Finn, inexplicably travelling on a moving train.
But when a mysterious figure appears, it’s clear that this is no ordinary train ride. It’s the beginning of a magical voyage, steeped in life, love and loss.
Navigating this powerful drama - where the world, and your abilities develop in extraordinary ways - you are forced to examine your relationship with Finn. You are orphans, and your relationship has always been strong. However, adolescence has opened the door to new interests, and you’ve been growing apart.
As you gradually uncover the depths of Finn’s anguish, the consequences of your remoteness become shockingly clear."

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 7 or later
    • Processor: Core i3-550 2.5ghz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 460 or higher with 1GB of Memory
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 5 GB available space
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