Faravid Interactive is an indie game developer based in Gothenburg, Sweden. The Samaritan Paradox is the first released game.

Faravid is a character in the novel The Long Ships, and also a legendary king in some ancient place called Kvänland. In Swedish, the name could mean the act of travelling far and much.

You can follow Petter Ljungqvist on Twitter.



4 responses to “About

  1. NK

    Hi Petter,
    Greetings from Argentina. Congratulations for the game. I was wondering if there was a way of contacting you. I’m very interested in the game creation process you used with AGS.

  2. Sam

    Hi Petter,
    My name is Sam, greetings from England. I produce music in my spare-time and have done so for quite a few years now. Though mainly a hobby, I would love to combine two of my major passions which are music and adventure games and actually put some of my skills forward to a worthwhile project. (Really enjoyed The Samaritan Paradox by the way.)

    So I am writing to you to enquire whether it is at all possible to contribute (as a volunteer) towards any of the music on any of your upcoming games you may have in production just so that I can gain some experience within this field.

    If you are at all interested then please reply to this message (as I can’t find a contact section or anything.)

    Kind Regards,

    • faravidgames

      Hello, Sam! Sorry for the late reply. Thanks for your kind words and for the interest you’ve shown towards my game. I’m currently planning and sketching on a new game, but setting music is rather far away in the future.
      But I’ll let you know when it’s time to start thinking about the soundtrack 🙂

  3. Hi Petter!
    My name is Dimitris from Greece and I’m a composer. I’ve just noticed at the Adventure Game Studio web page your post about the upcoming video game “Whispers of a Machine”. The stills and images that you’ve posted are indeed stunning! I would be more than glad if I could contribute to your video game and compose the music.
    Do you need an original score for your new video game?
    My writing style is mainly orchestral-cinematic but I could easily create electronic, ambient and other genres of music.
    I’ve attached a link where you could check my work.
    Please, let me know if you are interested and do not hesitate to contact me for any further information.

    Kind regards,
    Dimitris 🙂

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