So far this game is great. I enjoyed the art as well as the comical aspect in the game. Can't wait to see more. Keep up the good work.
Four Last Things
A downloadable game for Windows
Four Last Things is a point-and-click adventure game made from Renaissance-era paintings and public domain recordings of classical music. It is about sin, and the Four Last Things – Death, Judgement, Heaven and Hell – and strives to be intelligent and ridiculous in equal measures.
Think Monkey Island meets Monty Python meets Hieronymus Bosch.
I'm currently working on turning this prototype into a full game, and I'm looking for support on Kickstarter - Check out the project HERE
The Final game will be around 2-3 hours long, it will feature a richly detailed world - full of locations to explore, characters to interact with and puzzles to solve - and it will be available for PC, Mac and (hopefully) Linux some time towards the end of 2016.
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Really loved this game!! Sadly a bug (I think) kept me from making it to the end, but I still enjoyed the journey immensely. :) Such a clever concept! Hope your Kickstarter reaches the goal, I'd love to see what you can come up with with proper funding!
Could you please confirm that all of the music featured in this game is public domain? I've gotten a copyright claim for the recording of "Barcarolle No. 1 in A Minor" featured in the game.
Music was listed as public domain on the site where I found it... But I guess that doesn't necessarily mean it is...
Not a bug! You were 3 sins short in total, 1 short of being allowed to progress :( Nice vid Though! thanks for playing
Ohhh ok! Why couldn't I click anyone any more though? It wouldn't let me interact with anything. :-( Dang if I had just laid at that tree longer I would've gotten sloth! So close :P
Lol!! No worries!! ;-) Btw- I disputed the copyright claim and provided them with the link to the music site you gave me, and they lifted the claim within a day! Just in case any other Youtube folks run into the same issue. ^^
This is beautiful. Good job at cutting all this out and creating a Monty Python-esque feel! I sure look forward to the final game!
I wonder if there will be time and budget for silly voices...