A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux

Atmospheric, minimalistic exploration of a poem. Classic 2D-puzzle-platformer that makes you read while playing.

Controls

You can play this game either with keyboard or controller, but using a controller is arguably more fun (Xbox, or Playstation 4 in control layout).

Hint

This game is an exploration of Howl by Allen Ginsberg. If you‘re stuck, reading the poem might give you the answer you‘re looking for.


Idea, Design and Animation

Sebastian Stricker

Music and Sounddesign

Olivier Haas

Code

Sebastian Stricker, Brackeys, Unity Technologies

All fonts from 1001fonts.com
Created with FMOD
Updated 11 days ago
Published 22 days ago
StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux
Release date 22 days ago
Rating
(6)
AuthorsSave Space, Sebastian Stricker, Olivier Haas
GenrePlatformer
Made withUnity
Tags2D, Atmospheric, Casual, Experimental, font-based, Minimalist, poem, Puzzle-Platformer, Singleplayer, strong-language
Average sessionAbout a half-hour
LanguagesEnglish
InputsKeyboard, Xbox controller, Gamepad (any)

Download

Download
I saw_1.1.41_pc.zip 64 MB
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I saw_1.1.41_mac.app.zip 83 MB
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I saw_1.1.41_linux.zip 68 MB

Development log

Comments

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I GAVE YOUR GAME A GO.

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:-D Loved it. Sorry we made you rage that hard. It's based on Allen Ginsbergs Howl (thus stuff like 'Negro Street') and the poem also gives you the solution to some of the riddles, like your Broken-Heart-Dilemma (Hint: 'Left no broken hearts').

Also there is one more Option to do with 'I saw', hooking. This helps you move objects. :-)

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I will most definitely give your game another try. Thank you so much for making such a unique game. 

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I liked this game so much mechanics and story are great rated 5/5 :D I hope you enjoy my gameplay 

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Thank you very much. We're glad you had fun and also enjoyed your gameplay :) (and also learned a bit from it ;) )

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Glad you liked it  :D and yea it's story about life so great i really liked it's idea