Dark Hope - "Alpha early access"
A downloadable game for Windows and Linux
Dark Hope is a puzzle adventure game set in a steampunk world where electricity started and ended its existence with the light bulb. Towering clockwork puzzles and archaic symbols cover the halls. Strange rift of light span the hallways. Something lurks in the dark your only hope to freedom is to find the truth about this strange abandoned lab.
You wake up in a hallway, No one is around. Where the exit once was all you can see is black, Smoke fills the air. Where are you? Where did everyone go?
The vast majority of the puzzle are environmental mechanical puzzles and discovering clues as to the nature of this strange facility.
Clock work gizmos galore
Books ton and tons of books filled with lab notes and plans
Buttons to push and valves to turn
A challenging puzzle adventure for those who do not want to be spoon fed
Inspired by classic puzzle adventure games Myst, Riven and more recent titles like Amnesia
To repeat. This is a puzzle game. You will not be spoon fed.
Dark Hope is a puzzle adventure game set in a steampunk world where electricity started and ended its existence with the light bulb. The vast majority of the puzzle are environmental mechanical puzzles and discovering clues as to the nature of this strange facility.
Game has a gameplay target of 13 hours.
This is an extreme early access and is VERY feature incomplete. These builds posted here will are considered nightly and unstable. If you wish to contribute to the project and have the game upon completion please download now! If you want a game that is finished and done please wait about a year.
We allow recording or streaming of this game while it is in early access with the condition it is stated the game is in alpha ea and the date you last updated the game stayed both verbally and written
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Selling an initial 20 copies of this game to help aid in development and feedback
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