FOTONICA is a first person game about jumping, sense of speed and exploration. The key is timing, the goal is exploring and traveling flawlessly through the environment. The setting is an abstract, mainly duotone outlined world, with a look referring to the ‘50s geometrical abstractions as well as the 3D low-poly gaming-era. This game is ONE BUTTON: – Hold Action to run. – Release to Jump – Hold mid-air to land rapidly.
Our Steam GreenLight campaign it's live, so if you think FOTONICA has the guts to be part of the Steam lineup, please, help us spread the word and get Greenlit.
FOTONICA has been out in its current form for 1 year now, but we want to bring it to you on Steam! If we can manage to get Fotonica to steam we will add the current content to the game:
+ 2 Completely New Levels! with new awesome electornic music and new scenery!
+ 2 New Endless levels with different aesthetics and music and play styles
+ 2 Difficulty settings to let you play an even faster version of Fotonica
+ 4 new 2-player levels
+ 10 New Achievements!
+ New options to customize your soundtrack, the position of the camera and more.
Each and every FOTONICA owner will receive a Steam Key for the game, no matter where you bought it!
FOTONICA is Pay What You Want at IndieGameStand.com from the 29th of November to the the 2nd of December! Get it DRM free or redeem on Desura on Windows...
FOTONICA will be priced at 0.99$ from May 24th to June 1st!
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Highest Rated (3 agree) 10/10
A great game. The design is simply gorgeous, the wireframe graphic simple yet perfect; the soundtrack is very cool, and the price is so low that after you've played, you'll feel guilty to have spent so few bucks for this.
Oct 16 2011 by _Journeyman_