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It’s a good question. I’ve actually made quite liberal use of the slash. Sequel/Remake. Make your own mind up 😉

Glad you enjoyed it. Hopefully you'll get a lot out of First Winter too!

Hi David. Thanks for your question. I used Unity for this project and made use of a few shaders to acheive the effect. 

I’m glad you enjoyed the game. Thanks again.

Thanks for the video Mr Toast. You've supported all my games and I truly appreciate it. 

Hey man, thanks for the rad video! Glad you enjoyed it. 

Hey thanks man. Enjoyed that video. Look forward to part 2. 

Thank you!

Thanks for the future good luck. I trust you won't enjoy my latest game either ;)

Firstly, Pacific is a highly atmospheric and tense experience. It's roughly 10 minutes of game play. The characteristic of the game is that despite all your apprehension of progressing any further, the reality is that there is no physical threat and that you've wound yourself up for no logical reason. 

Secondly the subject matter is nuclear weapons and atomic testing in the 50's and 60's. The enemy is all around you; and I'm not intending to sound pretentious with that. The devastation of the nuclear blast and the side effects of the radiation surround you for the duration of this short experience. How could I possibly put a monster in there or some other kind of enemy? What would be the point and what purpose would it serve (in a story sense)?

There are thousands of games available that have an enemy in there chasing you around but Pacific is not one of them. 

No it doesn't need an enemy. 

There are lots of games with enemies. This one doesn’t have one.

Wooo!

Thanks SkapeGote. Love that thumbnail! Hammer and Sickle and a Goat really do work well together :)

Yay, glad you liked it!

Thanks for the kind words. 

Thanks for playing bluebeargaming. Glad you enjoyed it and thanks for the video.

Merci pour la vidéo et pour avoir joué à mon jeu.

Thanks for the video. I'm so glad you enjoyed it. 

Thanks for playing the game! Love your video.

Loved it dude. Got some good scares outta you too. Cheers for playing. Great thumbnail by the way.

Thanks for the video!! Glad you enjoyed the game.

Of course. I would love to see you play this. Thanks for asking. 

What a beautiful game. I think this is great. Well done!

Thanks for taking the time to play it and make a video dude. Sequel is very close to completion! Follow @firstwintergame on twitter for updates. 

Thank you! Will be sure to send a copy over to you when it’s finally complete. 

Mr Moonscriot I eagerly anticipate your GDC talk appearing on YouTube but in the meantime could I mention that my latest title First Winter (sequel to Pacific  https://danthai.itch.io/pacific ) is highly close to its release date!  Getting translations done now for multiple language support. 

Hope you had a great conference! 

Haha, I wondered that too. But then I also wondered if my post was constructive enough ;)

Thank you for the coverage. Enjoy the conference!

Thanks itch.io for making 2017 a great year for me as an indie dev.  Wish I was at GDC but too busy working on a new title which will be finished soon. Next year I'll be there! Since I launched my first little game I've got 116 followers and made a bunch of great dev friends.  I think this is truly the best indie game platform out there. Regardless of whether you're developing a first person horror game, expressing yourself as an artist or making a more formulaic puzzle game ( https://danthai.itch.io/boolean-escape (plug)) you'll find a place for it here. Keep up the great work itch.io!! #notatgdc #butwishiwas

Hello. Sorry for taking so long to get back to you about this. Can you please try downloading the PC version again. I've made a small update which I hope will help. I noticed some other people were have trouble with other games and Windows 10 so I've disabled the resolution dialog window at the start. Please let me know if this helps. Many thanks. 

Hello. Sorry for taking so long to get back to you about this. Can you please try downloading the PC version again. I've made a small update which I hope will help. I noticed some other people were have trouble with other games and Windows 10 so I've disabled the resolution dialog window at the start. Please let me know if this helps. Many thanks. 

Thanks so much for playing Pacific. I’m glad you enjoyed it. It was definitely a game about atmosphere rather than jump scares. FYI I’m currently working on the sequel/remake. 😉

I really enjoyed playing this. Good atmosphere. I especially (but not exclusively) enjoyed the sound of the doors unlocking, very satisfying! I spent about 5 minutes just walking around the car at the start of the game taking in the set design and sounds. Good fun game this. Nice one. 

Wow, I really enjoyed this. You can imagine it playing on a TV in an Amsterdam coffee shop on loop for hours. My robot corpse rusted forever many times. Great job. 

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Hey thanks. I’m glad you enjoyed it. I have not made the soundtrack publicly available at this time.  

Thanks for the video Kev. Glad you enjoyed the game. 

I'm assuming you're on Windows 10? Right click on the icon, go to properties then select Compatibility and tick the "Run this program in compatibility mode for:" and select "Windows 8". Apply and close. Then run the game. 

Great video man. Really enjoyed it! Don’t worry, you’re not the only person who read “Can you find a key” as a signal to look for a key to open the combination lock. Bit of a wording error on my part I think. Appreciate you taking the time to make a video about it. 

Great video man. Thanks for taking the time to play it and the kind recommendations. Feel free to rate the game on itch! Every little helps.

Thanks for the video dude!

Thanks a lot man. Glad you enjoyed the sound design.