CAN YOU SEE IT? In the first game of The Working Parts, a lone frog descends into the depths of a flooded forest, not yet knowing the full extent of its tragedy. To survive in a brutal, oxygen-obsessed ecosystem, you must help it see the patterns and hidden truths that make up the system - horrible as they may be. Kotaku says: "They Breathe is proof that you don't need realistic graphics or complicated gameplay to tell a horrifying story." Currently on STEAM GREENLIGHT Please vote for They Breathe if you like it!
Just a short heads-up that we've finally set up They Breathe's very own Greenlight page.
If you like the game, is curious about it, or just generally want to give us a helping hand for no cost, please head over there and vote!
We've also got our magnum opus, Residue, up on Greenlight. It's a more ambitious title that you may want to check out: Steamcommunity.com
PS. If you got here via the Winter Bundle: Hello and thanks for helping us indies out!
Lowest Rated (2 agree) 4/10
I liked this game, but IT IS a massive waste of time. The story and presentation is good, however, this is the worst 3 bucks I have ever spent. Here is why. Compelling doesn't automatically make the game’s story lasting. I feel like for my $3, I got a demo, not a full game. It gets me interested, then it just ends. There is noting answered, just a lot of desires left. Like I paid for a prostitute, but she got away just after unzipped my jeans. This isn’t a game at all. Old adventure games have more…
Feb 18 2013, 7:46pm by SadOnion
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Don't forget that you can still pick up our game Residue in a bundle with 9 other indie games super cheap: T.co
Jan 22 2015, 12:37pm
Another awesome They Breathe fanart, this one's by "AVA-1966" on Deviantart: T.co
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Jan 13 2015, 5:09pm
@gamedevsunited Sounds like a great initiative. :)
Jan 13 2015, 5:05pm