A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux
Something strange has appeared on earth – multiple gigantic beings with unique languages... and you're the only one who can deter them. You are the translator
A unique experience in which you are tasked with translating and conversing with unidentified entities. Your goal is to make them leave, while using their unique languages.
- 3 unique entities:
- Wreckingball, which has 2 consciousnesses,
- Creaker, who is a blind pack predator,
- Cow, who loves to ask philosophical questions,
- and a secret one, which must be unlocked.
- 3 interesting languages, with branching dialogue!
- Careful gameplay and eerie atmospheres!
- 2+ hrs of gameplay
- WASD: Move
- Mouse: Look around
- Left click: Click, drag, or touch
- Right click: Zoom
- Escape: Pause / bring up language information
- F11: Toggle fullscreen
Requirements: Relatively good PC, Windows, Macm or Linux.
Sidenote: This game was made in 2-1/2 months, by a single person!
In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $5 USD. You will get access to the following files:
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Haha, yeah, he's a chunker all right. Nice vid! (Currently nearly done my next project, btw!)
Awesome! Loved the vid! (I suggest you download the latest update though, I fixed a major bug with the Cow ^)
Oh, no. I recorded a while ago, and I got past the cow on the first question and was like "That can't be right." And then I spent a while trying to at least get all five questions, and never could, so I just moved on to Totem.
This is my new favorite game genre. It's a whole new type of puzzle game.
Are there any plans for a Linux version ?
Currently there aren’t any plans, but perhaps in the future sometime that might happen
A creative and truly unique experience! I've only managed to "finish the conversation" with one of the beings so far, but I'm eager to try and figure out how to talk with the others.
I don't think this game is for everyone, but if you don't mind putting in a bit of work, it feels pretty rewarding when you begin to understand each other.
Thank you so much! That's pretty much exactly what i wanted it to be, so i'm glad it turned out that way! Btw, there indeed was a glyph missing on the pause screen, sorry 'bout that! I'll fix that asap