The world is coming to an end. The cities are crumbling, the fields lie barren, life already gone. In the dark, a fleeting spirit reaches out to a child. Setting out into a world of remnants, they travel together, to save what can be saved, and to understand. Empathy is an adventure game with emphasis on story telling and exploration. A game about emotions, good intentions and desperate measures, where you embark on a journey through a dying world to discover its story and wonders. Together, the Spirit and the Child travel along the Road, a road between existences, filled with memories and echos of the past. Behind them, the crumbling world, in front, a glimpse of hope. Where will their journey take them?

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CuervoSp Oct 14 2012, 9:55am says:

Looks nice, but I think the need more work for example in the walking animation. Is an animation which we are going to use for many time and it need to be better.

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MedicOnDuty Oct 14 2012, 1:33pm replied:

Yeah, I noticed that as well. To me it just seems a little stiff, but overall not too bad. At least he doesn't look like he's walking around with titanium underwear on.

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Cronnix Oct 14 2012, 7:09pm replied:

Haha. Feedback noted :)

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Colossal_Dragon Oct 14 2012, 2:03pm says:

Good job so far! The jump animation could use more bending in the abdomen.

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ghost59 Oct 14 2012, 4:23pm says:

thats cools, i want to see more. :3 any way to invest in your project?

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Cronnix Oct 14 2012, 7:27pm replied:

Once demo is done we are considering several options one of which is crowd funding. Till then, spread the word ;)

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ghost59 Oct 14 2012, 8:03pm replied:

i will spread the word, make a blog or two on ign or something :3

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Bambs Oct 14 2012, 4:29pm says:

Assuming you are going for a realistic interpretation I'd say the jump is a wee bit high. Other than that this looks incredible! Great job on the animations :D

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animationistgirl Oct 23 2012, 7:12pm says:

awesomeness! I really like how it's looking! The movements seemed to be coming around smoothly, keep it up!

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