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K'NOSSOS Prologue - Classic Point-and-Click Adventure Game with Abstract Visuals

A topic by Svarun Entertainment created Sep 26, 2017 Views: 295 Replies: 7
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Hello there! My name is Nikola and I would like to tell you about the exciting new project we are working at Svarun Entertainment, an independent group committed to creating contemporary 2D point-n’-click adventure game titles. You can see our project page here:

K'NOSSOS is a cold surreal adventure game about a man traveling the unknown reaches of the cosmos, and the things he uncovers on his journey. Gameplay is reminiscent of the point-n'-click adventure game classics such as "The Dig" or "Chronomaster", as well as the more recent titles such as "Primordia". The game puts equal emphasis on characterization, atmosphere and storytelling on the one hand, and problem solving and challenging puzzles on the other.

K'NOSSOS Prologue, Onset

K'NOSSOS plays like most of the classic titles in the genre. PC, viewed from 3rd person, traverses the locations presented in side-view. Using a classic third person interface, the player is able to interact with the world through a player character (PC) avatar. Left mouse click is used for moving and interactions, and the Right mouse click is used for examining objects further.

K'NOSSOS features:
• classic point-n'-click interface •
• abstract 2D expressionist style reminiscent of the art of Wassily Kandinsky •
• intricate dark sci fi storyline •
• non-linear gameplay •
• cross-genre experimental soundtrack •

K'NOSSOS is developed in the Wintermute Engine, with PC version being the main objective of the team at this point. Release date of the full release is TBD; in the meantime, we invite you to try out the free Prologue here on

Svarun Entertainment ONLINE:


Looks great, I'd be glad to feature it on our homepage. I see that you're hosting the file on your own server. Is it possible to host on us? If there was a file size limit preventing you I've removed it from your account. Thanks

Thank you very much for the kind words, it would be wonderful to see K'NOSSOS on your homepage. Indeed there was a file size limit, hence the linking of the file from our site. I am currently abroad and the connection is lousy, I am back home in about 36h and that's when I can upload the file to your server. I will notify you once that happens!

The file is now hosted on your server, if you'd like you can feature it on the homepage. Thanks!


Thanks, sorry for taking a bit to get back, I was out of town. I put it up on the homepage. Could you also add some screenshots to the page?

Sure thing. right away!

Nice presentation!

Thanks mate, glad you liked it ;)