A downloadable festival for Windows, macOS, and Linux

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Perlin Festival features content that some may find disturbing.

Perlin Festival is currently in development.

Please don't expect a finished product with this demo.

:o)

Perlin Festival is a feverish exploration game, inspired by many surreal classics, but prioritizing random events and interactions with the denizens within The Noise. You'll join the newest denizen, Pluto, uncovering only what you need to.

This game contains a plethora of random events, optional quests, locations, and characters, all waiting to be found.


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Updated 10 days ago
StatusIn development
PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux
Release date Feb 14, 2022
Rating
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(14)
AuthorTalon Zane
GenreSimulation, Adventure
Made withUnity, Aseprite, Blender
Tags3D, Atmospheric, First-Person, Horror, Low-poly, Retro, Singleplayer, Unity
Average sessionAbout an hour
LanguagesEnglish
InputsKeyboard, Mouse
LinksTwitter, Community

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Linux 54 MB
Mac 48 MB
Windows.zip 38 MB

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Immortality via Sign

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I found the game demo pop up by chance on the main itch page, the game seems very unique and cool. I am still exploring to see what stuff I can do and interact with.

I do recommend maybe adding in controller support down the road, it would make performing actions a little easier, as well as controlling the character and camera.

hi! hope you enjoy it. current demo is a little wacky and im working on a pretty decently sized update for it that’ll aim to fix a lot of the feedback i’ve gotten recently.

as for controller support, it’s definitely planned for sometime before release, but i’d like to get my hands on a ps1 controller first to properly set it up hands-on.

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You can use any of the current controllers, honestly. it wasn't until the Dualshock controller that got released around Spyro the Dragon 1 that the thumb pads and vibration got added (if i remember correctly), and since then, almost every sony/xbox controller has been modeled after that one, with the difference of the symbols being used for sony for the action buttons, versus the letters for the action buttons.

I look forwards to the updated demo!

😊👍

Interesting

Very fascinating game with many cool environments!

amazing gmae

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this game looks shit

Has a majora's mask feel, super cool

Full Demo NO Commentary

WaWaWeeWa very nice game I like this ->

Hey! I played this in the Spectral Mall Demo Disc and included it in my roundup video. Starts around 10:04 (if you only want to see this game). Best of luck with the development!

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i promise u ...play again ..and cool :P

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Now this is real neat :)

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wow video game

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sure is a game.

(+2)

cool game.

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perlin festival, big fan

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video game, big fan