In order to get this out in a timely fashion, we ended up having to make some sacrifices regarding the stability of the build.
We knew how much you guys wanted to play our demo, and we went a little overboard in a sense that we built the house without the “kitchen sink”.
So here’s the catch: the demo will open and run perfectly 90% of the time, so if you open it and it works, then great! The other 10% of the time is our “kitchen sink”, which will cause the demo to simply crash upon opening.
It is not uncommon for the demo to crash on the first try, and you may have to open it once or twice more to get it to run. Once it is running, it should work nicely. If it does not work at all after that, please let us know though our online survey; we are always looking for more feedback to help us improve the overall quality our gamers’ experiences.
Puzzles based on your observation and learning, as well as the overarching themes that guide the entire game world. You progress at your own pace, and sometimes you might just want to look around and soak in the environment around you. There is no combat in this game. Everything around you is there for a purpose, whether it is an aesthetic purpose or is oriented towards gameplay. The mechanics and the aesthetics of the game work together harmoniously to bring about a fully immersive gaming experience.
- Original Score
- Weather Control
- Dazzling 3-D Environments
- Integrated Day-Night Cycle
- Gameplay Rewards Observation
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