Retro-futuristic with some inspiration from noire stories.
"You wake up and open your eyes. You see frosted glass, pale blue with smooth ripples. Figures move on the other side. Humanoid, pale faces, blinking eyes that peer in at you and fingertips that press against the glass and wipe away an arc of condensation. You reel off these words as thoughts in your mind and though you know what glass is, what eyes are and what fingertips are made from, you are painfully aware that you do not know your name. You do not know who you are, where you are - and perhaps most troubling of all, you do not know why you are."
The Maker's Eden Act 1 is now available for pre-order! There are two options; you can preorder Act 1 by itself for $4.50 (a discount to the release price of $5), or you can grab the soundtrack while you're at it for a combined price of $9 (the soundtrack by itself is $5). Act 1 is estimated to release in January 2014, but the soundtrack is immediately available for download (and it's so good we'll be sure you'll quite happily listen to it on repeat until Act 1 is out anyway!).
We've also uploaded a new demo to replace the Prototype. It's the same content as the prototype, but far more polished and refined, fixing many bugs that appeared in the prototype and addressing some player feedback to make the gameplay a nicer experience. It's still not perfect, but it's far closer to how the final game will be.
Greetings from the rainy streets of downtown. The patrol drone brings an update.
ScrewyLightbulb have released a gameplay demo of their upcoming point-and-click adventure The Maker's Eden.
Rather nervously, we have gone live with our Indiegogo campaign to help us fund development. With a bit of luck, soon we'll no longer have to live off...
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