This is the free low-res, no-speech prototype of the coming HD point-n-click game of the same title. The Journey Down is a classical point and click adventure game, full to the brim with puzzles, conspiracies, mystery and adventure! In chapter 1 "Over the Edge" we follow Bwana and his trusted sidekick Kito, as they struggle to make ends meet at their waterfront gas station in an off-beat place called Kingsport bay. When all hope seems lost and the power company is on their case with a mean threat, something promising appears. A woman. A woman with cash. What strings does she come attached with? What secrets are hiding underneath her fair surface? Find out, in chapter one of The Journey Down!

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JD wins game of the year at the AGS AWARDS

JD wins game of the year at the AGS AWARDS

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The annual AGS AWARDS Ceremony just finished, with "The Journey Down: Over the Edge" winning 10 different awards, one of them being the coveted AGS GAME...

Cinematic storyboards released!

Cinematic storyboards released!

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To celebrate the fact that we finally got the Journey Down site updated, we have decided to release the original cinematic storyboards for public viewing...

New backdrop art tutorial

New backdrop art tutorial

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During my years of working in the indie game crowd I've come to realize that indie artists are doing the same simple mistakes over and over again without...

Reviewed on jayisgames

Reviewed on jayisgames

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If you haven't yet decided to download the game, read this, I'm sure it will help you make up your mind!

The Journey Down: Over the edge

The Journey Down: Over the edge

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Chapter one of the point n click adventure game series "The Journey Down".

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croco-duck Mar 25 2011 says:

this is just... LUCAS ARTS MARTERIAL, if they still made adventure games so TELLTALE GAMES MATERIAL

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gfxengine Feb 16 2011 says:

Looks awesome mate :) GJ there

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feillyne Staff Subscriber
feillyne Jan 12 2011 says:

BTW, your game works on Linux (Ubuntu distribution at least ;-)), so I don't see any reasons why you couldn't add "Linux" to your game available platforms. ;-)

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IgorHardy Nov 15 2010 says:

I don’t think we've seen an adventure game with visually this well developed original fantasy game world since Grim Fandango. And the excellent soundtrack perfectly compliments it.

Gamplaywise and storywise this series gets a very strong start too. Too bad we'll need to wait quite a bit for its climax, but I bet it'll be worth it.

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TheillusiveMan Nov 14 2010 says:

Really fun game, but i'm stuck with the shirt. It want to paint it with white stripes and can't do it from bucket because it is clumsy so I put the paint brush in the paint and then try to use it on the shirt which seems the logical thing to do but it keeps saying it could draw things on it but no reason to even though there is! please help is this an error or am I doing something wrong?

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theowaern Creator
theowaern Nov 14 2010 replied:

Talk to the sailors some more and then try again! I'm guessing you're stuck since YOU have figured out the puzzle, but Bwana hasn't.

Thanks for your kind words! Hope you enjoy the rest of the game as well!

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TheillusiveMan Nov 15 2010 replied:

Thanks I got past that part, Now I'm stuck on another part lol but im having fun.

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fdslk Nov 13 2010 says:

Tracking, I like your style and love P&C :D

One question tho' why didn't you use Wintermute?

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theowaern Creator
theowaern Nov 14 2010 replied:

Hey, thanks for the lovin'!

I guess when the project started it could just as well have been Wintermute, I just happened to stumble upon AGS, and then AGS it was! Now I'm used to AGS and love working with it so I see no reason to consider any other platform really.

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