Missing Exhibits is a short, retro-looking 3d adventure game, I've created these short chapters each on one weekend. I'm trying to make a sequal, and I'm planning to upload half of the night to Itch.io.
Here are some short videos about current development:
I'll try to make this version much more stable, give more personality for the escaping creatures, and also to the museum itself.
It'll have a kind of story, but the basic gameplay will not change that much: the guard has to report any missing exhibits, while he will pick up trash, clean the museum and watch out for anything suspipcious, as some exhibits have been reported missing.
Missing Exhibits is a short, retro-looking 3d adventure game.
Some museum items went missing recently. The media suspects some local thieves.
Your task is to keep your eyes on the exhibits during night, while collecting
the trash left by guests.
Try it on Itch.io!
The demo for the latest version:
The old game:
Third chapter (last):
I've created a demo for Missing exhibits: Night shift, called Missing Exhibits: Half shift, which will include the first half of the night. The game is about a museum, where exhibits went missing, and a museum guard, who has to deal with it.
“Missing Exhibits: Half shift” is a short adventure game about a museum guard, who has to watch out for a museum in the night. As some exhibits have been reported missing, it is key, that whenever any item disappears, the missing exhibit button must be pushed as soon as possible!
This game contains flashing lights, sudden sound and image effects, scary imagery and use of caffeine!
Chapter 2 is available on Itch.io and Newgrounds. I've created a second game, with a bit more rooms, more exhibits to contain, and a bit more complex...
I've created a short gameplay video for Missing Exhibits, you can check it on youtube.
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