Best Game
Reversed 2017
Best Game Award Futurezone 2017
Content Award 2017
Official Selection AdventureX 2017
Audience Award Futurezone 2017
Saga Award 2018
Official Selection Indie Prize 2018
Special Game Award Reboot Develop 2018
Indie Arena Booth Awards 2018 Story Award Nominee
Indie Arena Booth 2018 Official Selection
Path Out's first episode is a straightforward but eye-opening work.
-Edwin Evans-Thirlwell,
... one of the most honest & clever games I've ever played, by & about a Syrian refugee.
-Rami Ismail, Twitter
Yet in asking a person to assume his place in a game, Karam makes his story engaging on an individual level, and his appearance in the videos further humanizes his story, especially through his humor...
-Allison Meir,
Path Out is an autobiographical narrative adventure, that allows the players to retrace the journey of Abdullah Karam, a young Syrian artist that escaped the civil war in 2014.

The game is a tale full of surprises, challenges and paradoxical humor. Abdullah recalls life before the war, a family decision that led to his departure and the perilous journey from his hometown Hama to the Turkish border through the war-torn Aleppo province. Path Out is giving insight in this real-life adventure, on which Abdullah comments through youtube-style videos in the game.

This project is a collaboration between Abdullah Karam, the developers of Causa Creations, Wobblersound and the graphic designer Brian Main.

Supported by Kupf Innovation Funding 2016, the Federal Chancellery of Austria and the city of Salzburg.

© 2018 Causa Creations, Abdullah Karam & Brian Main