Ohh awesome, we might have to take you up on that...
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Thanks for the feedback! I think the glitch you mentioned is actually just a result of how we staged the scene. We are considering ways to make that less confusing.
At this point we're hoping for a fall or winter release date this year. The game will probably be 200,000-300,000 words, but it's hard to say for sure as we're still writing some of the branches! Probably no Kickstarter but we might try Indiegogo.
Hey Sam! As I mentioned on Steam, it sounds like an important save file got corrupted. You can purge your saves from this folder: C:\Users\[USERNAME]\AppData\Local\EotF_Sacrament\Saved\SaveGames (replace [USERNAME] with your own username on your computer) to start again fresh. I also pushed an update here and on Steam this morning that I hope will provide an extra fail-safe from something like this happening again.
Greetings everyone! Our small team at Woodsy Studio has just released our latest game, Echoes of the Fey: The Last Sacrament!
If a fantasy character could tell you a story, what would it be? Developed in Unreal Engine 4, this unique adventure game explores this question through a gameplay mechanic called RiftRealms. RiftRealms is a tabletop RPG game that exists within the Echoes of the Fey universe. Play RiftRealms with other characters to guide you as a dungeon master. The stories they choose to tell will expose new layers of their personalities and details of the world they inhabit.Features
- Novel-length story with multiple paths and romance options
- 3d environments and dynamic cameras during dialog sections
- Tabletop RPG mini-game with a persistent character you develop/level up as you play
- Synth soundtrack inspired by 80s sci-fi and fantasy with two vocal songs
- Voice acted (partial with expression lines) and animated characters
The full price is $13.99 and it's on sale during the first week for 10% off. Hope you enjoy!
Hello there! I'm not sure where else to post to get help on this, so I thought I'd try here. I'm a developer who would like to release my next game here on itch.io (it already has a demo page here: https://woodsy-studio.itch.io/echoes-of-the-fey-the-last-sacrament-demo ), but the full game is about 2GB in size. Currently I'm limited to 1GB. So unless I can get more space, I won't be able to publish here.
I have tried to contact support about this issue multiple times in the last couple of months via email, but I haven't received any response. Does anyone know how I can go about getting more space to release a game here on itch.io?
Thanks in advance!
Hey everyone! My name is Jenny and I'm one half of Woodsy Studio: http://woodsy-studio.com/
My partner and I were writers before we made video games, so we focus primarily on story and narrative integrity. Some of our releases include Serafina's Saga, Serafina's Crown, and Echoes of the Fey.
Nice to meet everyone!
The term Leshy is indeed a deity of the forest from Slavic folklore, which is also referenced in the Witcher series. Our Leshin are definitely a nod to such folklore, but take a very different spin on it, and are more similar to elves in most traditional fantasy.
Unfortunately this is very common for indie games before they have been played by a widespread audience. The antivirus software simply does not recognize the program. The files are safe, and you can still play if you tell your antivirus to ignore them (or if needed, you can temporarily disable your antivirus).