Stunning experience! The art style is just fantastic and so captivating
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Wow. You nailed an aesthetic that really took me aback. Such a powerful art style and creative world. Following you to keep up with futurue endeavors. <3
Aesthetic peaceful experience, beatiful
Just played this game and I'm absolutely at a loss for words at how beautiful it is! Never thought it'd be possible to top my favourite art style in a video game (previously some hidden PS3 gem, I won't say the name), but this game proved me wrong! Like seriously, I could use any frame from this game as my desktop background for months.
Just a shame that the game resets after hitting one side of the map, and that the map is so small; there's SO much potential here! D:
Also imagine this in VR... OMG...
Keep up the awesome work guys! Hope to see more like this in the future!!
Hey, I absolutely loved this game, here's a video with my thoughts on the game as well as spotting a few possible bugs.
This was so good! I loved experiencing the world around me! Great job!
The linux version has a very glitchy showup, it can't update the screen fast enough.
You should clear the screen just before displaying object, not clear, calculate, then draw.
Note : I have a potato PC.
A 64 bit build would have been nice too. I also hope he's going to release a similar game in the future.
As a Sacramento resident it is NOT this pretty
Very lovely little experience! I kept wanting to take a screenshot, but still images really don't do it justice :)
Also a little technical tip, you can delete the two .pdb files from the build and it'll be a much smaller download. They're not used for anything, but some earlier version of Unity didn't delete them after building the game for some reason.
It's such a delight walking through this enchanted garden, especially fish-quarium behind the waterfall and inside that building far away near the red sun :D and how much I love the soothing BGM~
However, as indicate from the beginning scene in the train, this dreamy journey should end early and let me back to reality :')
Nice but short experience.
I think I need to re-evaluate my life.
Such a beautiful experience this was. It was a very good looking game, but I'm not to sure if there was a story to be told in it. But, when it comes to a game being art, this is truly one of those experiences.
This game is such a wonderful short and atmospheric game. It's a memorable experience despite how short it is. However, I'm wondering if the game was trying to tell a story though. If it was, it's not very clear but maybe the dev wanted the game to be open to interpretation. I recommend you play the game yourself if you want to know what I'm talking about.
If you want, you can check out my playthrough of the game by clicking on the video below:
If you liked what you saw here, be sure to check out my channel by clicking the link below:
The atmosphere in this game was so well done. I loved every second of this!
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL GAME | Sacramento Full Gameplay Walkthrough
I really liked the game. But I felt a little disappointed that there wasn't much to do in it.
Made me start thinking about life, because I am an incredibly deep person. (Ha...)
But no, it was a beautiful experience, short, and not much else. But that's the point, right?
Everytime I try to run the game the camera is always shifting towards the left and up :-( (I'm on windows as well)
beutiful art XD
This game is just amazing! I enjoyed it so much that I actually made an account for to tell you this! You have my full support! This game is so darn pretty!
SUCH A BEAUTIFUL GAME! I LOVE IT! I WANT MORE!
I made a account just to say that this game is simply amazing.
Thank you for making this
I'm on Ubuntu 16.04 too and have the same issues.
However it seems to depend on the settings. The only setting I've checked that works without issues is 720p windowed with quality "OK". Higher resolutions, fullscreen or quality "BEST" gives me flickering or no picture at all.
I took the time to play through this on Windows. This game is a real gem, extraordinary beautiful! I wish there was more to explore. I hope the Linux issues won't discourage you from publishing future games for multiple platforms. Keep up the good work!
Very upset that I can't get it to work on Linux. I'm running Ubuntu 16.04, and all I get are flashes of color and planes.
Very Cool game! It's so beautiful! Great job! Here's my let's play on this game btw! Hope you enjoy! :)
I completely forgot that I played this, but the memory of it still makes me smile. It's absolutely gorgeous.
I did a let's play of it a while back, if anyone wants to hear more of my thoughts on it:
I really liked this experience I had playing this game :)
Thank you for building this awesome and calm landscape within a game !
Hello! I adored your game, it was utterly gorgeous to look at as well as being just fun to play and explore! I've made a let's play of it here~
Im having difficulty getting this running in linux. When I try and run the game I just get a terminal output telling me there is no such file or directory.
This was truly an inspirational and beautiful exploration game that I felt compelled to make a video about it, so I did along with some other games to talk about the joys of exploration in video games. I'm so glad this game exists and I can't wait to see what else you make in the future!
Linux build is really glitchy on my system, planes of color flash all over the screen.
Using Linux Mint 18.1, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 and AMD FX(tm)-4300 Quad-Core Processor .. Hope this helps somehow.
This is by far the best looking game I've ever seen.
Just beautiful, wish it was longer
Wow! Just... wow. <3
Love the art
(this isn't not a huge problem, just felt kind of jarring for the intro)
In the beginning the camera did a snap turinging motion when I tried turning past the limits. It might be good to store the frame's turning amount in a local variable that only gets applied if the result is within your limits. Trying to clamp the result after allowing the input to have effect gives some weird results, at least when I played.
Wow, this looks awesome! Love the watercolor vibes!