Process - is a game project in the adventure genre; its story takes place in several subway train cars. In 20 minutes a disaster will happen - the train will jump the tracks at full speed. The gameplay takes exactly the time designated before the crash. During this period in grim dimly lit interiors, combining cyberpunk and industrial aesthetics, the player is to figure out the situation, try all possible means of rescue and in the end take a brand new look at the portrayed events. It's a game about predetermination of events and the subjectiveness of perception of the surrounding world. 


Truth is, it's hard to position the project as a full-fledged game. "Process" is more of an interactive installation or a small graphic novel. But technologically it's a classic first person adventure, panoramic locations with the capability of free 360 view and discreet movement between the panoramas through a point-and-click interface.

The "Process" project is developed by TrainYard — a small team of independent game developers. Development is done remotely, in free time from main work.

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1 comment by dtFc7 on Jan 23rd, 2012

There isn't all that much interactivity in Process to call it a full-fledged game. The stress is made on forming an emotional background. The project is closer to an interactive installation, an experiment. The idea is to immerse the player into the atmosphere of inevitability, feeling of a dream and irreality of what's happening, using the audiovisual environment.

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Project documentation (Russian)

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Mar 11, 2012 Other 3 comments

Несколько документов по проекту, возможно, кому-то будет интересно ознакомиться (Base concept, Locations and sequence и т.п.).

Process (English)

Process (English)

Dec 11, 2011 Full Version 9 comments

The TrainYard team has finished the development and testing of Process. Process tells about the events that happened 20 minutes before an inevitable train...

Process (Russian)

Process (Russian)

Dec 11, 2011 Full Version 0 comments

The TrainYard team has finished the development and testing of Process. Process tells about the events that happened 20 minutes before an inevitable train...

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potasium56
potasium56 Jan 19 2014, 8:56pm says:

Be nice, to know what the system requirments are?

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camham322
camham322 Jan 4 2014, 4:50pm says:

This is such a good game, but I got confused about what happened near the end there, what I do know, is that I died in a train crash.

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Rokth
Rokth Jan 18 2014, 5:32pm replied:

It doesn't matter what you do, You will never get away.

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UnheimlichStudio
UnheimlichStudio Dec 2 2013, 11:13am says:

vraiment domage que ce soit en point and click :'(

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PixelSnake
PixelSnake Oct 30 2013, 9:11pm says:

This is an interesting game, love the atmosphere in the train car and it gets intense
If anyone is interested here is my vid: Youtube.com

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amblard
amblard Aug 24 2013, 12:22pm says:

An excellent game with a great atmosphere ! I'd like more games like this.

Pour les français j'ai fais une petite vidéo de gameplay : Youtube.com

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minimetal2012
minimetal2012 Aug 12 2013, 1:25am says:

I am really stuck. Am I missing something here? Or am I just that blind? Couldn't get past the second door with the valve on it. I'm willing to give this game a second chance.

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norman.fuellgrabe
norman.fuellgrabe Sep 1 2013, 8:03am replied:

there is a switch which turns power on for the door whit the valve on it. you should find it easy^^

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tanuking
tanuking Jun 4 2013, 1:07am says:

To bad it ends like this but it was a good experience. Thank you for this game !

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tanuking
tanuking Jun 4 2013, 1:06am replied:

nop

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Just completed process. I have to say that I enjoyed it a lot. The use of lighting, cut scenes and sound create a sense of urgency that was quite unsettling. There is enough traditional gameplay to keep most people happy.

Are there multiple endings? I take it from the “Inevitable” that there is only one ending, but a number of unusual experiences to explore along the way. Loved the overall style, look forward to seeing what you do next!

Excellent, albeit short, adventure game.

Dec 14 2011, 7:59am by UncommonStuff

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