A downloadable mystery for Windows and macOS

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You happen to pass by a lake you've never seen before, and what you see baffles you: 

An island being born out of the lake itself. You go in to investigate it... and see a paddleboard already set up for you...


A unique experience in which you are tasked with discovering the mystery behind the newborn island.

NOTE: MAC VERSION SEEMS TO BE TEMPERAMENTAL. May or may not work.

Features

  • A unique and bizarre story which might be better left untouched.
  • Soundtrack by Soul Bandit.
  • /Roughly an hour of gameplay / 1-2 Youtube videos.
  • /A friendly atmosphere and so much fun for everyone!
  • /So much mystery that everyone loves! Even you!
  • /A mystery that everyone loves! Even you!
  • /A quest that everyone loves! Even you!
  • /You'll love this mystery!
  • /Mystery quest!
  • /Come!


Controls

  • WASD: Move
  • Mouse: Look around
  • Space: Float, board
  • Left click: Click, drag, or touch
  • Escape: Pause
  • F11: Toggle fullscreen


Requirements: Pretty good computer

Note: Linux version is currently broken, will will be updated soon


Sidenote: This game was made in less than 2 months, by a single person!

Updated 5 days ago
StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows, macOS
Rating
(3)
AuthorShakles
Tags3D, bittersweet, Creepy, Horror, lake, Monsters, Mystery, paddleboard, Unity, water

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Click download now to get access to the following files:

Bittersweet v1.0 (WIN) 597 MB
Bittersweet v1.0 (MAC) 611 MB

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Hi! First and foremost, thanks for the freebie! :)

I'm afraid the Linux build is somewhat borked, though. It's playable, but it has a strange graphical glitch. It's not easy to explain in words, but basically the whole screen is replicated in the lower left quadrant (and, in turn, the lower left quadrant of that quadrant is completely black): see here and here. I didn't find anything in the log that could explain this behavior.

The Windows build doesn't have this problem (I could run it with Wine + DXVK).