Game Overview

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Cortex is in ruins. 

After waking from a five week coma, Theo Kavinsky finds his life in disrepair, and with no memory of the accident, it’s up to Ted and Teddy – the conscious and subconscious voices in his head – to work out what happened, and put his life back on track. 

Headspun is an FMV/Adventure hybrid which puts you in the shoes of Ted: the Director of Cortex - the rational, intelligent voice in Theo's head. What Ted thinks is best for Theo isn't necessarily a view shared by Teddy, however; the primal, emotional subconscious voice... 

In the process of repairing Cortex, re-hiring a team and finding out what happened the night of the accident, Ted and Teddy must cast aside their differences and learn to work together. 

Headspun is a game about recovery, discovery, and the ongoing battle between logic and emotion. 

Key Features


Become the director of Cortex; the world of the brain. Help Ted and Teddy rebuild and renovate their home, as Theo begins a journey of recovery and discovery after a life threatening accident.


While the world of Cortex is brought to life via a mixture of traditional 2D scenes and dialogue interactions, the real world - the world outside of the brain - is viewed through a live-action FMV lens.


After the accident, Cortex is in a sorry state. Making decisions and guiding Theo's recovery will yield Grey Matter, which can be used to rebuild, repair and redecorate Cortex, hiring new staff to help along the way. Your choices in the real world will affect the restoration of Cortex, and vice versa.

  • Rich FMV story-telling
  • Branching dialogue - sway the outcome of your interactions
  • Rebuild Cortex - earn Neuros to hire staff and commission renovations 
  • Retreive Lost Memories and work out what happened the night of Theo's accident
  • Original Synthwave Score from Soho Loop

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