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“Where does it hurt John?”
The Piano is a third-person singleplayer adventure game set in Paris in the late 1940’s.
After the murders of his formerly famous brothers, John Barnerway, a failed pianist,
tries to solve the mystery behind their deaths while he himself struggles with his mental illness and the accusations by the people and press.
In this story-driven mystery game, you explore sceneries of his present and past while you try to collect his memories of his family and fight the monsters who wander his subconciousness. Guided by his psychiastrist you navigate John through the depths of his mind and witness the pain and the beauty in his life.
Find each missing piece of his broken mind and help John to restore truth and justice.
– A Noir-inspired athmosphere
– Use your madness to find your way through the maze of his mind
– Solve puzzles to enter deeper layers of John’s subconscious
– Defend yourself against the creatures that protect the hidden and forgotten pieces of his past
– Connect clues to put together the truth behind the case
– Unlock new abilities to alter the memories he is strolling
This is just a small article - but a bigger one will follow soon.
We are greenlit! Thank you guys so much for your support! We never thought this would happen so fast! We appreciate every single vote from you.
I am currently planning what to do next! Updates will follow
We will post more here too: Mistaken-visions.com
Have a nice day!
Steam Greenlight: steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=779365013
I posted my first game to Steam Greenlight. Some advice?
Hi everyone! After years of work - I can finally announce that "The Piano" is now on Steam Greenlight! Link in article!
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