A destination to explore, full of sights and sounds for the curious voyager.
The unknown might seem all encompassing at first, but walk in any direction and familiarity will lead you home.
It is said a hundred dimensions exist, some large others small.
Intertwined by a legion of doors with wayward intentions.
Somewhere an elusive ending meanders about, will you find it?
*A first person peaceful adventure suitable for all ages; There's no violence or scary things :)
*This is not a guided tale, but an introspective journey exploring a vast dimension. There's no "traditional" gameplay.
*Photosensitive epileptic seizures warning! A percentage of people may experience a seizure when exposed to certain visual images, including flashing lights or patterns that appear in videogames such as this, please refrain from use if susceptible.
"An incredible journey through unexplored worlds, packed with amazing sights rendered in a riot of color and effects"
***The Demo features the whole experience limited to 15 minutes of play time, after the timer expires the experience concludes. If you enjoy the work and would like to play longer consider purchasing the full version ;)***
did not actually need to turn my graphics to "netbook" despite playing on a netbook, and having that option in of itself is a point in its favor.
pretty cool Thing-To-Look-At
has a weird bug on linux where locking the mouse doesn't actually work? i'm playing on the itch version for the record, not the steam one i powered through despite that. wish taking photos had a sound. look at this picture
it's a river across from a forest. but what else do you see in it? seeing things is a lot of this game. i liked this game.
really damn nice. Feels very melancholic to play, I love the different environments. Spent hours on just walking around the different dimensions, trying to find something while finding nothing, but things that feel like something that probably really are nothing. I liked it.
Oof that's a lingering sideeffect from integrating the game into steam and should have deleted it on export, sorry about that! It won't actually do anything or integrate with steam unfortunately because it needs another layer of authentication on steam's part.
On Linux, even though the mouse is locked to the game window, there's still a limit to how far I can turn in either direction. Very distracting.
There's a warning for photosensitive epilepsy that says to "immediately stop playing" and then the logo that you see right after that has flashing colors. You should probably be a little more specific at least, like, "press alt+F4 now". But really, a prompt for "continue?" would be conscientious
A continue button would be more conscientious after the photosensitive warning, I've just moved the disclaimer to the bottom of the page right next to download, so it's not as easy to miss. Thanks for the input on mobility issues with the experimental and unstable linux release, It is a pre alpha demo that I included after many support requests to try to export one. As I mentioned before I'm currently a solodev and unfortunately do not have the means to thoroughly support another OS in development.
edit: Particularly with linux (which i love) but theres so many distros and hardware use cases that i get so many differing reports about it working in one but not the other that it's honestly overwhelming at times. Hopefully soon I can sink some time into getting a good universal release but for the time being Wine + PC version might be the best bet :)
Hey man, let me just tell you that what you are doing is awesome. Trying to help people in quarantine pass the time by making your games free is absolutely phenomenal. I got like all your games and Im really excited to see what they are like( they look stunning from the screenshots).
(Oh and I paid one dollar for 0'N 0'W to help you out a little... its not that much, but Im tryna save up money as I wanna have some money for when I graduate high school).
Aight thats about it. Good luck colorfiction in your future as a developer and take care :))
Thanks so much and glad you've been enjoying the games / staying safe during this difficult situation!! While I really appreciate the donation <3 please, please save up for when you're done with highschool, you're going to need everything you can save up for trade school/ college / starting something up :) Best of luck finishing up your studies!
Hey! Just made the linux version available, important to note that there will be occasional visual glitches and some disparity in how things look in the screenshots, trying to fix this but this is a good preview :)
This whole game blew me away. From the well-filmed, well-edited intro, to the gorgeous graphics, to the ease of getting to a new place, it was really transportive at a time when I was really feeling low--I'm a high school teacher and I'm really worried about my students. Thanks again for making it, and for gifting it as well.
Hey! So i could enable an experimental linux version but problem is there's visual disparity between the windows build that uses directx and linux that uses opengl. Some things are missing, lots of "shader pink/black", and users reported bugs so I temporarily removed it from itch. To workaround this the projects being ported to the latest game engine but dont have an eta on that release yet unfortunately.