Awesome game! Is there any way to find the soundtrack? Because it's really good ^^
Remediation: A Dream Emulator *DEMO*
A downloadable game for Windows
Inspired by LSD: Dream Emulator, this game is an exploration through spaces, some inspired by real dreams, all with the ambition of creating a sense of yearning and loneliness. These feelings can only be remediated by embracing dreams from a simpler state of mind.
While this isn't a horror game, there are some creepy visuals that might be unsettling for younger players
*NOTE: there is currently no way to beat the game demo*
Move: WASD; Sprint toggle: Shift; Quit: Q, esc
3D modeling, texturing, scripting, music, sound FX by viela (me)
Player script by Jucarave
PSX Shader by Triple Axis, Rain Maker by Jeff Johnson
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like lsd dream emulator!
Really cool start you've got here! I found that the turn rate was quite high and so an option to change this may make for a good addition. Otherwise I quite enjoyed the abstract vibe the game gave off, here's my playthrough of it -
Edit; just saw you mention that the turn rate is linked to the FPS and so maybe locking the FPS to 30 may be a possible fix.:D
Thanks, glad you enjoyed it! Ya the camera rotation was causing a lot of people problems that I fixed in a new update, so that way if vsync is off you can still play without nausea lol
Seeing all the realistic textures in this game's environments gave everything a nostalgic sorta feeling, which made it feel especially lonely (and creepy at times) because there's no one around. Really cool to see a game touch so much on this sense of nostalgia.
Glad it resonated with you! Ya the texturing was def inspired by a lot of games I played as a kid. I remember even back then thinking they looked bizarre and a little creepy.
I really enjoyed this! Was good fun, really reminded me of LSD:DE too! The turning was slightly touchy but otherwise an excellent game, I hope you add more content!
Thank you! Ya I think this game works better with more content, so it was maybe a bit overambitious for my first game ever lol.
The turning is tetheted to framerate, which I unfortunately didn't realize in a timely manner to deal with. If you turn on vsync though the turning is much more cooperative!