Copycat is a first person perspective exploration, "going through doors to continue" game made in the Unity engine. There isn't much of a story, but the game ends brutally or normally depending on the paths you choose. We play a character who joined to some weird art participation test which isn't interesting enough for player to care for. More of an exhibition than a game though, I hereby present to you, the Copycat. (( Estimated gameplay is 20-25 minutes ))
Freedomneirs! Welcome to another sweet Friday. Just like the rest we have four fantastic free indie releases for you all to consume!
First up we have SUPER CRATE LIFTING for Windows. Lift crates like a champ in this action packed comedy. SUPER CRATE LIFTING is about taking the best choices really fast and staying focused while handling various situations. Next is the highly engendered (read: extinct) Last March of the Dodos for Windows. It's politically incorrect Dodo extinction fun! Combine traps and environmental hazards to destroy masses of Dodos before they escape! Watch them bounce around between the traps you strategically position before they explode in a poof of feathers. Earn in-game currency to purchase new traps and unlock new levels. Can you obliterate every single harebrained, loony bird using fewer traps and less resources than your friends?
Thirdly we have the spooky One Late Night for Windows, Mac and Linux. One Late Night is a short immersive horror-game experience, starring an unnamed graphic designer employee, working late one night at the office, until strange things start to happen. The basic idea is that players who have been in similar situations, and worked with similar office jobs, will relate themselves to the game setting and scenario and become immersed. Finally we have Copycat for the Windows operating system. Copycat is a first person perspective exploration, "going through doors to continue". There isn't much of a story, but the game ends brutally or normally depending on the paths you choose. We play a character who joined to some weird art participation test which isn't interesting enough for player to care for.
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