Jakub Dvorsky of Amanita Design talked to PC Gamer about a few different topics, like art, the state of indie gaming, and developing for the PC. He also talked about three upcoming projects that the company has coming.
The first is an "interactive music video" called Osada, coming sometimes in the next few weeks. The pictures don't really hint too much at gameplay, although if I had to guess I'd say it will be WarioWare-style microgames, only with 'Czech psychedelic country music' playing in the background. It will be available for free on Amanita's website.
On tap after that is Botanicula, which I first read as Bunnicula and got strangely excited about. Although I'm sure the real game will be just as good! It's a point-and-click adventure game where you help a group of tree creatures with names like like Mr. Poppy Head and Ms. Mushroom save their home from parasites. While that description may read a little cutesy and Ferngully, the visuals look really impressive. Botanicula is due out sometime before the end of the year.
Lastly, he revealed that they're working on a third entry in the Samorost series, which will be "much longer" and "much more intricate" than their previous games. They're also planning on getting this one on for consoles and tablets, in addition to PC and Mac. No date for this one yet, but it won't be out til next year at the earliest.
Amanita Design: Beyond Samorost Interview [PC Gamer]