This game it's mind bending! I've only discovered it now and apparently it's going to come out soon! Can't wait!!
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EcchiTenshi plays the Demo for "The Fall of Lazarus" with DARGON
Play this game: http://gamejolt.com/games/the-...
The Fall of Lazarus is a first person exploration game set in a science fiction future. You are a crew member of the USSC Lazarus waking up from cryo sleep without memories and even without name in an apparently abandoned drifting cargo spaceship. But you’re not alone, there is also Hybris, the Artificial intelligence who commands the ship.
The Fall of Lazarus is a deeply narrative video game. You will have to solve some puzzles and explore in order to advance in the story. The universe and story will unveil branching along the scenary, objects and documents left behind by the people who lived in the Lazarus at some point.
In addition if you search and connect the dots maybe a greater puzzle will be revealed and the darker truth around you will become brighter.
Okey, so we've been focused on the development of the game and we didn't realized till now that our game wasn't working in the itch.io app. Works fine with the downloads from the browser but it doesn't work in the app. We're sorry for that and we will check it out as soon as we can.
Thank you all for advising us! <3
Hi! We checked and all the links are working just fine both on Chrome and Microsoft Edge and we haven't had any problems with that with anybody so maybe is something wrong with your browser or something like that. :(
PS: We didn't know you were talking about the app! We will check it out for sure. Thank you a lot!
Great game! Our review is up http://earlyaccessgaming.net/fall-lazarus-rise-something-new/
wont even install for me :(
It doesn't require you to install it, you only have to download it and play it! :S
If you're trying to play from the itch.io app we just realized it doesn't work. We will check it out as soon as we can. Sorry about that! You can still download it from the web!
I really liked it. It got a little confusing towards the end, but I understand that you guys were simply trying to experiment with different mechanics, which I don't mind at all. Use me as your guinea pig! I liked how immersive it was, and the voice acting wasn't bad. All in all, when this gets finished I think it'll be on par with Event, but with a different storyline and different mechanics. Can't wait!
Did a two-part of the demo for our channel and loved the ideas and everything behind it. Here's the first part.
Hi there! I really liked the concept of the game you created. Even though it's just a demo, I think that it has a lot of potential. It remined me of Alien, like the suspense and the music adds to the game. If you don't mind, I made a gameplay video of it.
Keep up the good work :)
You really shouldn't ask anyone to pay for a demo, those are supposed to be a free way to try a game.
It's free! You can download the demo for free if you want. We only activated the possibility of donations if anyone wants to do so. Maybe someone likes the demo and wants to support the development of the project. But donating it's not necessary at all to play the demo!
Thanks for posting!
Honestly I don't even think that you (or the service you publish on) should even ask for money at all when delivering a demo. It should be free without "pay what you want" setting the implication that you should pay something. put up a donate button if you want donations.
Honestly, I don't think you understand what a developer goes through when creating their games. The art that's behind it, the long hours poured over for some random person on the internet trying to tell them how THEY should run THEIR GAME? How about this, you try and support a project by yourself without the option of letting those who'd like to support it (which is easily negatable by clicking the download button regardless) and see where that gets you. There are TONS of demos on Steam and many other platforms that people pay for. It supports the project, it gets content to its players faster, and it shows the developer that WE CARE. Take your unknowledgable self somewhere else, cause I guarantee you, everyone here will disagree with you.
Oh I know it's hard and lots of personal time and effort goes on. But a demo is there to show off all of that, its a free way to try a tiny bit of a game. I personally don't think asking for money at any point for a demo is wrong.