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New description, updates and plenty of new screens!

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Let me introduce myself quickly. I am Elliot Collis, I have been living in Japan for the last 2 years and for the last few months been working on my game 'Desolate'.

I just updated the description, so here is what the game is about!

"This is a personal game written about my emotions, and my acceptance of self. Traverse a beautifully hand-painted world, using the 3 core interactions of sound, gesture, and touch, to communicate with its inhabitants. "

Currently I'm busy painting as much as I can, and working towards a small demo which I will hopefully show at Bit Summit! If your in Kyoto during March or already heading to Bit Summit, come check it out!

Here are a few screens of some of the environment.

More Screenshots! New Screenshots!
More Screenshots! More Screenshots!

This one will also be used for my new business card, have a look!

More Screenshots!

Let me know what you think of the look of the game so far, and if you have any questions feel free to ask :)

Spelle - - 17 comments

Nice art! Want to know more about the setting and the plot :)

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ElliotCollis - - 20 comments

Thank Spelle!
The outdoor setting is a mixture of where I'm from and where I live now. The landscapes are inspired from New Zealand, with the buildings being from Tokyo.

As for the plot I'm not wanting to give to much away just yet. But it starts out with shadowy figures invading your town, consuming friends and family alike.

I hope that answers your questions :)

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Spelle - - 17 comments

Thanks. Looking forward to play your game (maybe demo?), it seems that graphic style and plot really fit me.

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