Thursday, March 22, 2012

Game Description

Some Peace Of Mind is an indie short adventure game that was created by Stefanos Kostaras.

It takes place in a small room, where our player is waken up by a strange man in the middle of the night. This man leaves clues here and there in the room, to lead the player to his, so called, "redemption".

This short game, was created with Adventure Maker 4.6.1, and it's based on the Myst navigation system. It's absolutely free to download and to share with anyone you'd like to.

The estimated game play is between 1 and 2 hours (more if you take your time and search for the easter eggs)!

Download links are located on the right side of this page. Thank you.


7 comments:

  1. Congratulations for the excellent game. You could post the download Adventure Maker 4.6.1? I'm really need the program because I want to develop a game too, but the free version of the program is very limited and do not have money for a full version.
    Thank you and waiting for answer.

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  2. Thank you for trying my game, and please feel free to share your thoughts on it.

    Unfortunately I can't provide you a link for a pirated program, after all I did buy Adventure Maker, sorry..

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  3. I'm downloading this game now, can't wait to play it ;)

    You should share this game on the official forums...

    http://www.adventuremaker.com/phpBB2/index.php

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  4. certain things seem to cause the upper menu bar to disappear (specifically lighting the candle, the last part of the amplifier puzzle, and i think the hypnotic ringbox cutscene). However, if i turn the amplifier on and off, the menu returns.

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    1. This is the strangest thing I 've ever heard! I'm sorry you encountered this problem, I wonder what system are you using? The top menu should only expand/collapse when right-clicking anywhere on the screen. Maybe you accidently did?

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  5. The game was well written as movement is very intuitive. Nice work!

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