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May 29, 2015

the yearning tree

The yearning tree is a game/experience by Alexander Ocias, a quiet place for you to explore. (Controls: click and drag to rotate, scroll to zoom, click to interact)

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

beautiful music
but - what else?

-k said...

I think I've spoken to everyone and can't seem to zoom out further than the overview. It's an interesting concept, but I definitely feel like I'm missing something. Is the point that we're left yearning for a game?

deCarlo said...

Nice but useless ...

Bart said...

Yes I don't think there's an ending once you found everyone

Anonymous said...

@ -k

I agree - I like the idea, seems like a nice start for something - but right now that's all I suppose

Elsie said...

Just some text once you find everyone would make it so much better.

Kate said...

design is peaceful and serene... can we please have the game??? :(

Anonymous said...

Playing on the Firefox. First getting this message: "You need a browser which supports WebGL to run this content. Try installing Firefox.". And then this: "An error occured running the Unity content on this page. See your browser's JavaScript console for more info. The error was: uncaught exception: out of memory".WTH?

Anonymous said...

I don't understand the object of the game. Have i missed something.

Anonymous said...

Another Unity game that doesn't work. Surprise, surprise. I wish game developers would just dump Unity and go back to Flash. At least it works.

di said...

if you zoom in by scrolling then you can find little people in the tree and near the glowing thing.

Angelika Magpálová said...

I dont understand this game what we can do there or what is our goal? I dont understand

Jenny Kam said...

i think this could be a kickstarter...

Anonymous said...

I'd love this with some sort of conclusion... There's no way of telling whether you've found everyone, no resolution for the things the characters have said, no reason why you're on the ground and they're in the trees... If this were to become a fuller game, I'd be interested.

Sam said...

Unity games are so gorgeous...
Bart, maybe you can help me out? This reminds me of another game you posted a while back with little characters scattered about the room. Do you remember what that one was called?

Bart said...

Hi Sam, maybe you are thinking of Foc/us: http://www.bontegames.com/2013/12/focus.html

 

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