،، On the cross road between serious and casual games, you can find brave attempts to tell true stories in playful means. A truly interactive way to experience the journey of a man in a war zone, where all the odds are against his survival.
Alex Namir: Co Founder and Managing Director at Trilith Entertainment
،، Liyla is a short, but emotional very strong anti war experience, a time document that leaves you alone stunned, sad and angry. A must play.
Thorsten S. Wiedemann, festival director of A MAZE.
،، Liyla - this game troubles the mind, and touches the heart. I had tears in my eyes.
Heather Kelley: Game designer, digital artist, professor and media curator
،،I was really impressed, I was definitely emotionally moved by it, it was beautiful and engaging.
After a few interactions I was intrigued and it won me over.
Jesse Schell: Professor of the Practice of Entertainment Technology at CMU
،، Liyla is a brave personal game about the invasion of Gaza, both an exploration of what games can communicate and a plea for help from someone actually affected by the reality the game sketches.
Rami Ismail Co-Founder, Vlambeer
Game based on actual events
When you live in war zone and death is hunting everyone, things will look different and choices become harder. Face your fate in an unjust war to survive with your family from the shadows of the war.