Fantastic game. What is the music you included in the trailer for the game? I'm in love with it
A downloadable game for Windows
small walking simulator.
explore a mysterious island and its structures and dive into a fantastic experience.
take a break from stressful mainstream games and take a vacation to mura toka.
it takes about 15min.
OS: Windows 7 or later
Processor: 1.7GHz Dual Core (4th generation i5 or equivalent) or better
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: 512MB DirectX 9.0 compatible graphics card (shader model 2) or better
DirectX: Version 9.0
Storage: 300 MB available space
For fans of: Living With the Moonoliths, VoyageE and Dystopia
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incredible atmosphere. I want to live in this world
I really wish I could play this but there's no way to lower the graphics quality so my computer literally cannot take it. I'm sure it's gorgeous though!!
It's sureal. I love it.
This looks really beautiful. Any plans for a Mac release?
Another cool and interesting walking adventure from Triass. I always love his simple yet weird and unique worlds. How he goes a black and white, walking on the moon adventure to. Exploring an abandoned colorful island with strange meteorites and abandoned structures. The art style is very colorful and pixelated, the music is calming and pleasant to explore too, and the open interpretation on the story is intriguing (at least to me). I still can't wait for the release of Dystopia but look forward to Triass's next project. I did a video on my experience with the game if anyone is interested.
Thank you ! appreciate it.
looks really cool, but looking towards the trees dropped the frame rate into the 20s on the lowest resolution setting. :( Win 7 GTX 750 Ti 16GB ram
that is not good.. played on a not so good pc and it worked fine. sry i cant tell the source of the issue.
I've got the same graphics card and I didn't have a framerate issue at all. Try reinstalling the nvidia drivers and check running apps.
It's good, but I'm a little disappointed that I couldn't find the structures in the last screenshot :/