Susurrus (2021) Caleb Noller, Sarah Carlton

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Susurrus – Episode 1: Secrets of the Sands

Playtest it at ACMI or online

2021 | Unclassified (All Ages)


Sat 27 Nov 2021


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Susurrus is a narrative experience where you play as Bo, a teenager travelling with his friend Asha to meet up with his archaeologist Uncle.

Inspired by film, 90s multimedia games and walking simulators, Susurrus might be unlike anything you've seen before...


Caleb Noller: writer and director
Sarah Carlton: art

Major Research Partner


Unclassified (All Ages)


Swinburne Studio, Level 1
ACMI, Fed Square

How to get there

Play at home

Visit the Susurrus Itch page.



Be curious and explore this vibrant and mysterious world.

Controls – Supports both Keyboard & Game Controller
WASD / Arrow Keys / Left Thumb Stick – Move
ABXY – Interact (as prompted)
Playing through again:
O / Left Button on Controller – Fast Forward
P / Right Button on Controller – Skip Dialogue

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