Hi all, Defender from audiogames.net here.
A teaser was posted to the r/blind subreddit a couple days ago but I wanted to get some clarifications from the devs first before posting this.
The game is under development. The first chapter will be released using the studio's funding, but if interest is high enough they will do a crowd funding campaign for the rest.
The game will be in English, but they are planning on localized subtitles.
They are planning a release on multiple platforms, including Mobile, PC, Smart Speaker and apparently even console.
Below I will copy and paste the summary from the website, as well as the teaser clip.
Rosemary’s Fate: Life worth living is a dynamic audio dark adventure game. Dark echoes of the WW2 tragedies reached the present, and you will impersonate three different characters, embroiled in the history. Within the gameplay, you will find yourself in three time periods, connected by a gruesome mystery and a life or death mission. Try to survive the horrors of war, defeat dark incarnations of anguish and evil, and above all – prove that every life is worth living.
Rosemary’s Fate is the most dynamic audio game in the world, which means that its whole, rich lore was created only with sound, even though the gameplay dynamic is rather similar to video games. Despite the lack of visuals, your challenges aren’t limited to making storyline decisions, and there’s no narrator to guide you through it. Prepare to be fully immersed in the terrifying interiors of a former monastery steeped in impenetrable darkness, where you will have to learn how to move, navigate, and even fight or dodge your enemies.
Thanks to our original approach to auditive scene design and the binaural technology, you will find yourself in the sound space of the game quite intuitively: you’ll be able to recognize objects and NPCs, how far the enemy is, what ground you walk on and in what room you are. The findings will allow you to save the life worth living.
The game allows either manual control, available for PC, smartphone, consoles, tablets, and VR, or voice control, compatible i. a. with Alexa Amazon.
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