Close to two years have passed since I first shared a trailer for Krystian Majewski's Trauma, a fascinating and attractive point-and-click adventure in which players navigate a series of photographs, on here.

Since then, the Flash game went on to pick up an impressive three nominations from the Independent Games Festival (Grand Prize, Visual Art, and Audio), and was shortlisted in a couple other indie game award shows, too.

Majewski has just put out a new video to introduce Trauma's story: a young woman has survived a car accident, and while recovering at the hospital, "she has dreams that shed light on different aspects of her identity."

You explore those dreams with "a gesture-based interface, real-time 3D technology for dynamic level layouts, unique photographic visuals, and a level design philosophy that focuses on creating a rich experience rather than an elaborate puzzle challenge."

"[M]y negotiations with the publishing platforms could be wrapping up soon," says Majewski. "I want to test drive my home-baked distribution system, and I'm good to go. I will release the game in time for this year's GamesCom. I want to have it out before my 30th birthday."

This year's Gamescom show in Germany will run from August 17 to 21.