Indygo is a narrative game with point ‘n’ click elements set in one room only – a painting workshop.
Indygo tells the story of a painter who suffers from depression. One of the symptoms is proceeding isolation. The main character hasn’t left his room for more than 3 months. The person who helps him live through this hard time is his girlfriend Anna. It became obvious for both of them, that this situation can’t last forever. The time has come to look for a solution. It’s up to the player to decide how the story will progress.
The main topic of the game is depression and isolation. Indygo attempts to illustrate what people affected by mood disorders may experience. The game counteracts the stigmatization of those people. During the game, you will see the world through the eyes of the main character. Many puzzles await to be solved and many letters await to be read. The painter’s journal gives us detailed information about his mental state and thoughts. Inquisitives will be able to find additional hints binding the story together.
Handmade graphic and music are important elements that add depth to story. The room changes accordingly to the mental state of a character. The game has multiple endings. How the story ends depends on the seemingly trivial decisions made by the player during the game.
Last weekend’s visit to Poznan was Fat Dog’s tour de force. We had a huge booth with many games to play and free gadgets. Visitors were able to speak with the creators of Exorder, Indygo, Body of Evidence and The Chronicles of Nyanya.
Our booth was constantly besieged by crowds. Furthermore, one of our games – Sand is the Soul by MGP Studios – was nominated for the Best Polish Indie Game of the event! We came, we saw, we conquered! Watch our PGA vlog!
Here are a few photos from the event:
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For two weeks gamers have the golden opportunity to pay 75% less for Inner Voices and 60% less for Indygo. Both games are available on Steam.
The Indygo reviews have been quite positive and it makes us proud. Reviewers have praised the graphical style and the music and have acknowledged the...