A lot of really cool visual effects going on. The environment was composed of pretty basic elements, yet every frame was still super pleasing to look at. Nice job!
Fragment: Contours of a Dream
A downloadable game for Windows
Fragments is an experimental series of little game/side-projects which are freely can be anything.
Contours of a Dream is a little remake of original game which was released in 2015 with changes aiming it to be an overall better experience.
Explore the monolith towers among the misty meadow and reveal the mystery...
Game will run in borderless mode and will use your desktop resolution and refresh rate.
- 64-bit Windows PC that can run UE4 on high settings
- ~250 Mb free disk space
The game is free, but donations are welcome.
|Published||Jan 14, 2018|
|Made with||Unreal Engine|
|Tags||3D Platformer, Atmospheric, Experimental, Exploration, First-Person, fps-platformer, Minimalist, Unreal Engine, Walking simulator|
|Average session||A few minutes|
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Well-polished and high quality, it really is atmospheric. All the components work together so well to make this mysterious world! I think my mood changed from the atmosphere in the game...
Jumping around, landing on the floating boxes (are they boxes?) was really satisfying. Though when I landed and changed the camera's angle, I just fell from halfway up to the light (D:). Still haven't reached the top, yet. Next time, I shall reach the top! If that light is the top. Unless there are several lights...
This was a great experience for the first itch.io game I've played. Thank you Somberhead for making this!
Thank you very much for playing!
I hope you'll finish it next time, I tried to make platforming as friendly and not punishing as possible.
Ahh, this game looks so nice! Love the style and the feel of the whole thing. A lovely, short experience with a satisfying little ending.
I was a tad useless at the jumps at first, but this game is a great example of perseverance paying off! Glad I stuck with it! Keep up the awesome work =)