hey, i did a quick little video abt this game! I really like it ^-^
The City Haze
Original music by Andreas Busk
Explore and ponder the nature of our cities.
- Ask the citizens how they feel.
- All text is written by other players playing the game.
- Commit your own insights to your journal (press Enter).
- Everything written in the journal is sent to me! I'll include coherent, readable musings and thoughts about the citiy in a future release. Please use responsibly and don't spam me ;-)
- Privacy note: nothing but the text is sent or stored.
A somewhat incomplete entry for Cosmo D's Game Jam 1 - The City 2019. This is just a bit of 'Old Town'.
Stay tuned for more city to explore, new wisdom from fellow players and more!
(There's no end to the experience. Just wander the place and listen to the music for as long as you like.)
v. 0.4 - Game now only contains player quotes. Added live loading of quotes so I can add new entries from players without uploading a new build. Fixed some minor glitches and geometry bugs in the level. Player and citizens should stay within bounds now :)
v. 0.3 - More bugs fixed, player quotes available (light grey bubbles), quotes added on local machine are in pink (non web version only). Full screen by default instead of windowed. Better info. v. 0.2 - Updated after the Jam. Fixed some bugs, added upload of journal entries.
Click download now to get access to the following files:
- The City Haze on Edge Guard podcastApr 20, 2019
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I love admiring the moon from the rooftop.
I'll add that comment as a journal entry in the game I think.
And composer Andreas has already insisted the game needs some sky/star watchers on the rooftops. I hope to add more little lookout points as the city grows :)
I've played this a couple times so far and it's really enjoyable to just poke around the city on my own whim. The aphorisms from the citizens give you an added layer to think about the landscape while wandering and looking. Interested to see where this goes!
Great music, too!
I like this alot :)