Voice actors including Ashly Burch (Borderlands 2's Tiny Tina) and Sarah Elmaleh (Katie from Gone Home) are lending their voices to Children of Liberty, developer Lantana Games has announced. The stealth platformer sees children sneaking through the Colonial American countryside to warn of an impending Redcoat attack. A new trailer gives a peek at the game, and the voice actors hard at work in the recording booth.
Children of Liberty takes place on the night before the infamous battles of Lexington and Concord. Players can pick from four different colonial children, each with their own different skills, and must sneak through the countryside in order to warn residents of the Redcoats' advance. During their adventure, players will also be aided by famous historical figures such as Paul Revere and Samuel Adams as they wthwart the efforts of British general Thomas Gage.
In addition to Ashly Burch and Sarah Elmaleh, the game's voice cast will include Chris Rando (Codename Cygnus), and Sean Chiplock (Sanjin in Dust: An Elysian Tale) who, along with Burch and Elmaleh, will play the game's four playable protagonists; Sarah, Ally, Joseph, and Doug.
Children of Liberty was successfully funded via Kickstarter back in 2011 and is set to enter Steam Early Access this spring on PC, Mac, and Linux.