I play a lot of indie games and this one is a real standout! I felt totally immersed in the world right away which is rare. I love all the little details and the Bladerunner-esqe aesthetic. Would hands down buy a full version!
A downloadable game for Windows
In a world suffering with a technological plague, Cora Bry is recruited for a shady job. A short point and click adventure game by Matt Frith.
Originally designed and created in 1 month for the Monthy AGS competition on the AGS forums.
Left Click - Interact & Use Inventory.
Right Click - Look & Deselect Inventory Items.
Active Inventory items change your cursor red.
Story and Art - Matt Frith
Music - James Spanos
Sound Effects - Drew Wellman and Arvid Staaf
Runs in Wine - Exploring the possibility of a native Linux build.
Any money you can chip in would go a long way to convince me to make more, longer sequels.
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This is the shortest masterpiece I've played in a long, long time. I urge you to pick this back up and continue developing it. It could easily be as big as other indie releases, such as Stardew Valley or Undertale.
I very much enjoyed this and would like to see further development! I'd gladly purchace a full game.
Love the art style mate! :
This point and click is really nice ! x) The story is cool ! Thanks for this game!
Here is my gameplay:
pretty art, would like to see more. Shame that I don't have a Paypal account to offer support
Great little point-and-click adventure. The pixel art is simply gorgeous and I love the atmospheric synthwave soundtrack. Shame it was so short, would love to see a sequel or expansion. Anyway, donated $5. Keep up the good work!
Some of the most wonderful Pixel Art I've seen. Also, interesting world and Necronite concept. Would love to see a sequel.
This game looks awesome, but I'm already stuck on the first scene. some help, please?