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Lions & Vultures
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Neat video you have there mate, glad you enjoyed it! Sorry that the puzzle mechanic was not that clear! As for the audio, it is always a fine balance between to much and to little when you're trying to create an empty/unsettling atmosphere. Cheers!
We're glad you liked parts of it, and especially the art as we consider it to be just as important as gameplay when it comes to telling a story through an interactive medium such as games. We'll make sure gameplay sits just as tight as art the next time.
Hello! It's always fun to see people interpreting the story, and that it varies between the gameplay videos, which was kind of the point, and part of the design of the game. Glad you enjoyed it, i really liked your video!
Glad you liked our mechanic! Also neat that you mention Little Nightmares which was an inspiration to us :) It is unfortunatly not planned to be developed further however we are keeping our fingers cross for what the Swedish game awards might hold for us!
As we're moving closer and closer to swedish game awards, we've now decided it is time to publish our game, Echo! Echo was created by ten talented students during four weeks. We'd love to hear your feedback, or if you just want to sit back and try this Inside/limbo/litte nightmates inspired game, go right ahead!
"Venture into Mira’s subconscious, and watch her familiar surroundings fall apart. Overcome obstacles, as her mind fails to repress the memories of past events. But, Mira won’t have to face them alone. She will find aid along the way, deep in the water. Help Mira take control of her own mind, and confront the challenges to come.”
Thank you for your time and i hope you all have a wonderful day. Should there ever be any problems or questions regarding our game, please don't hesitate to contact us!
Johannes, Lions & Vultures
Thank you so much for your feedback! It's pleasant to me as a developer to see that the games which you mention in your post are the same game which we looked at and said we wanted to try to tell a story in the same way, while also brining something new to the field! Thank you so much once again.