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Dysmaton (Formerly "Forgotten City") Demo Version

by Silver Spook Games

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File size: 57 MB
Downloaded: 643 times
Graphics: HD, 32-bit color
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3 Jul 2017
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Short Game Can be completed within 30 minutes
Medium Length Game Takes at least 30 mins to finish
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Content Advisory:
Bad LanguageMild
SexSuggestive dialog


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This game features voice acting.
This game has a demo to download, but the full game is not yet available.

About this game

"Creating new homeworlds always means a lot of trial and error. Our world... well, this one's an error." Synopsis: Settlers of a new space colony got off to a rocky start, but eventually built up a happy, thriving metropolis... Then the machines took over. Noria, a young engineer, lost everything the day the automated police forces went haywire. Now, on this failed new homeworld, she needs to survive the hostile environment, dodge the malevolent machines lurking everywhere, and manage her own painful memories of lost family and broken hopes. This is a prototype / demo version created in a month for the MAGS June 2017 competition. Full version currently in development!
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AGS Awards Nominations

Nominated, Best Demo 2017

8 people commented on this game (newest first):

It looks great but feels incomplete gameplay and story-wise. I love what I saw though. It's a glimpse of something bigger and truly fascinating.
2017-08-01 08:36:52 by Creamy
I really enjoyed playing this demo. I am really looking forward to the full game.
2017-07-16 17:46:08 by Michael2968
Awesome art, setting and game play, great work, even for a short game promises a lot. And I was glad to see I didn't instantly died when letting the robot see me. (nod)
Voice acting top notch.
Very well done... I'm just wondering where the "rescue" part of the game was? (roll)
2017-07-14 20:41:40 by Cassiebsg
This demo has fantastic visuals and atmosphere, but it's just a small taste of what's to come. Still, Silverspook paints a well written and visualized world with a promising protagonist.
2017-07-12 13:16:28 by Blondbraid
Although this was just a small taster for a larger project, this has got everything: badass music, great art & animation, decent voice acting, a couple of nice puzzles and heaps of cool. If I was ever on the fence about buying Neofeud, this has pushed me off of it (into the yes garden).
2017-07-12 04:03:38 by Stupot
I played a small bit of it, but doubted if I could pass the scout robot without getting caught.

Still, very good, even as a demo. Look forward to the full version.
2017-07-10 16:15:24 by DBoyWheeler
Extremely impressed with this entry, although it was quite short. The time gone into its graphics and general presentation amaze me. I love the attention to details on the various animation sequences, the backdrops where awe inspiring.
Just the whole atmosphere was spot one and that surreal/grungy sound track playing in the background really added a cherry on top.
I love how you explored a variety of interesting mechanics from body parts system up to infra red viewing mode.
I was surprised to see most of it was voice acted too, however I thought one of the characters accent/culture of language was a bit over done in a stereotypical way
All in all a fine experience set in a believable world and if this demo is anything to go on I will most surely give the full game a solid play through. I just wish has been a bit of a longer experience.

And really amazing work getting this to such a state in so little time. Well done
2017-07-10 16:15:24 by Tycho Magnetic Anomaly
Interesting story, with some good music. The backgrounds look great, and although the gameplay itself is a bit short, I do like the heat-vision mechanic. A promising taster for the full game.
2017-07-06 13:52:45 by Riaise
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