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Abstract/Hidden Object
Submitted by Potato-Butt Games — 17 days, 54 minutes before the deadline
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Alias The Jester of Potato-Butt Games
https://potatobuttgames.itch.io/

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Submitted(+1)

Interesting idea, but for there is not happening a lot in this game.

DeveloperSubmitted(+1)

Hey JK5000! 

Thanks so much for viewing, downloading and playing Atria! Your feedback is muchly appreciated. 

Let me tell you a little bit more about Atria:

This prototype which is currently under development has been deployed as a fragment submission for Fragment Jam 2019.

It was uploaded and submitted 1-hour before the second deadline (The Fragment Jam Deadline has been officially extended twice, and is up to it's third deadline, due ~two weeks from now). 

Please bare with me as this is a solo project and I may decide to release and update it before Fragment Jam 2019 officially ends. The premise for Atria is quite simple; it's intention is to become a abstract hidden-object/puzzle game, set inside a bizarre mental asylum. 

Players control a patient, from top-down perspective who is instructed to perform rehabilitation tasks by a creepy and maniacal being known only as The Doctor

As the patient, you hear The Doctor's voice inside your head, after waking up from a full-frontal lobotomy. It appears that you have lost some of your motor-control, most notably you have lost the ability to look up. There is a very good reason for this, which will be revealed as the game is further developed.

As for the overall point of Atria? Well, the objectives are still unclear and undecided, however, it should be noted that the intention falls back to the game coming from an abstract idea and therefore, the objective may remain abstract also. Time will tell.  

Thanks again for taking the time to download and play this submission.


Best Regards,


Alias The Jester