Unforgivably, I’m a day late, but Future Proof Games‘ Ossuary has been released!
In case you haven’t visited the page or seen the trailer:
The last thing you remember is receiving an unsatisfying answer. A plunge through the fundamental chaos takes you to a place of bones. Great power can be found within the Ossuary, but those who are not lying to themselves are lying to you.
Ossuary is available as a downloadable title for Windows and is DRM-free. Pick up a copy and enjoy!
(Oh, and Mac will be supported once Adobe releases Mavericks support for desktop Flash Player and AIR.)
How about tomorrow, November 27th?
Want to keep up with Ossuary and Future Proof Games?
Ossuary will cost 5 USD, with the option to pay more.
“Wait!” you say. “A new game from Gregory Avery-Weir?! And this Future Proof thing? I’ve been ignoring all your other posts about it?! Waaat?”
Go watch the trailer.
The release date will be announced very soon. (Frustrating, I know, but…)
The game itself will also be released rather soon.
Get ready to fall into the place of bones.
“The Whispering Thing” is a little treat (or trick) that we of Future Proof Games put together for Halloween:
Lynn stands on the edge of the roof, the back of her heels over nothing but air.
The whispering thing slowly creeps toward her, its voice lost in the wind. Lights glitter below.
She loses her balance and falls backward.
Today did not turn out how she expected it to.
(Trigger warning: suicide, bullying, impostor complex, etymology, cannibalism)
Go play. It’s hypertext, and a horror game.
(I’ll be posting some devops fun later about automating the versioning and deployment of the game.)