CAN YOU SEE IT? In the first game of The Working Parts, a lone frog descends into the depths of a flooded forest, not yet knowing the full extent of its tragedy. To survive in a brutal, oxygen-obsessed ecosystem, you must help it see the patterns and hidden truths that make up the system - horrible as they may be. Kotaku says: "They Breathe is proof that you don't need realistic graphics or complicated gameplay to tell a horrifying story." Currently on STEAM GREENLIGHT Please vote for They Breathe if you like it!
Just a short heads-up that we've finally set up They Breathe's very own Greenlight page.
If you like the game, is curious about it, or just generally want to give us a helping hand for no cost, please head over there and vote!
We've also got our magnum opus, Residue, up on Greenlight. It's a more ambitious title that you may want to check out: Steamcommunity.com
PS. If you got here via the Winter Bundle: Hello and thanks for helping us indies out!
Lowest Rated (2 agree) 3/10
Godddddddd. Why'd I pay money for this?
You move a fucking dumb looking frog around the water, confined to the screen space, while dodging retard cows.
Not so fun. The graphics are otherwise excellent and I like the style just not the game.
Nov 6 2012, 7:23pm by t1gerdog
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@TomGrochowiak Don't think that genre can handle multiple areas very well. Compare Metroid Prime 3 vs 1 & 2, for instance.
Jun 10 2013, 9:21am
@TomGrochowiak Yeah, but it also had small, linear areas you had to revisit a lot; making the backtracking apparent & dull.
Jun 10 2013, 9:20am
@TomGrochowiak Well, to be fair we're all pretty fond of them as well. Even though they've grown rather standardized.
Jun 10 2013, 8:44am
@TomGrochowiak Cause you've already played one or more Castlevania: Sequel of SOTN?
Jun 10 2013, 8:34am
May 31 2013, 10:39am
@Dobuch1 Happy you like it! It's not available just yet, but hopefully quite soon! We're working out the details right now.
May 30 2013, 7:36am
May 29 2013, 12:46pm
Does anyone have any other portals/stores they prefer (aside from Desura, GamersGate and Steam)?
May 29 2013, 9:58am