This looks wonderful! Do you have any plans to add VR support in the future?
A downloadable game for Windows and macOS
FINAL RELEASE! 9 FANTASTIC LEVELS TO EXPLORE !
A platformer / exploration fantasy over surrealist master painter Giorgio de Chirico.
Walk inside famous de Chirico's metaphysical paintings while hearing to beautiful baroque music.
You can explore 8 paintings:
- The Song of Love
- The melancholy of departure
- Piazza d'Italia
- The anxious journey
- Turin Spring
- The nostalgia of infinite
- The red tower
- The enigma of the hour
"Waiting behind the door is a different world, a different dimension:one of genuine and ardent love for the artist, for the art andfor the history on which SURREALISTa is constructed."
Lana Polansky - Writer/ artist/ designer
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HI ! thanks very much !
Yes, we are doing some VR Tests with GearVR. In future we hope to build a special release for Oculus or HTC.
Very intriguing concept, and I've played a bit of the earlier alphas too. I'm having some issues with the camera on Linux though, that has been present in the previous builds as well. It's much too sensitive, making it very hard to control precisely, and in this new build it also occasionally gets stuck (haven't noticed this before). Like in the when you go down the stairs in the beginning of the game, I'm always unable to point the camera downwards, unless I first flip it up towards the roof. When I'm walking down the spiraling stairs, the camera will also with regular intervals stop being able to go to the left, so I have to flip it once all the way around to the right to be able to point it left again.
Hi flesk, thanks for the feedback.
I did not do tests in Linux yet. I trusted Unity compiler, and it works well in Mac and PC.
I´ll try to implement sensitive controls in Beta version.
Thanks for looking into it. By the way, is that "canvas look" new? I don't remember it from the previous builds but it looks very neat, and fitting, given the inspiration.