This pdf contains the script for the interactive story Dear Esther, as requested...
Cool. Good idea.
Its a great script.
Do these go in order? Because I can't seem to find all of the points that trigger some of the dialogue.
More or less, but they are randomised and a few have moved about in the final version. Plus, I'm going to do a bit more moving in the new iteration as well...
I didn' t get it
I've had a couple of friends play it. It's been really interesting. They all have a different range of English skills and Those with the higher English marks understood it better than those with lower. It seems like it all depends on your literacy level to me.
We have got plans (when I have time...) to convert the entities so we can subtitle. Don't know quite when that's going to happen though!
I'd prefer just louder VO :)
This modification is incredible. It is a totally new experience.
The voice takes you to another world. The soundtrack really is stunning.
The whole modification seems to be professional. It feels professional.
I think for the first we all can ignore the marginal bugs.
Stylistic. Impressive. Affecting.
I just read the entire script and...
just wow! Whoever wrote this is, writes with a deep, mysterious, intreaging style that... well, keep it up!
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Has anything been added to the script since Dear Esther moved to version 1.1, and if so, is it included here?
The script hasn't changed, but a couple of extra cues were added to the first environment, as not all of the script initially made it into the final piece: check for:
Follow the beach with the symbol out towards the beach under the white lines in the cliff.
Get up onto the headland separating the valley from the cliff path - you can run along the top back down towards the first jetty and there's a voice-over up there too.
Great mod. Though I'm not sure If the games ended yet. The ending Cinematic has finished and gone to a black screen but there is no THE END or Credits after. So I don't know if I've finished yet.
That was an amazing script, you should be doing more than making mods!
so is this the full game or....
Just bought and played the game.. (from steam)
very good mood and the voice acting by Nigel Carrington was excellent..
how ever i think it was boring as a game but as a piece of art its briliant ..
we realy need this kind of games but i would like the gameplay to become more captivating over time..
again brilliant and hope you get a decent income from the game on steam...
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