Nice job man! I liked story and ambiance.
At the end of time, long after humanity has passed from this universe, our greatest creation - a Synthetic Mind - continues to carry out its mission to find a planet capable of sustaining a cloned human colony. As the mission begins to fall apart, how much will she be asked to sacrifice in order to save our lost species?
MOTHER is an uplifting story that celebrates our humanity through the question: how do you measure the value of a life?
Created for the "I Can't Write But Want To Tell A Story Jam" https://itch.io/jam/i-cant-write-but-want-to-tell-a-story in 52 hours. It contains about 20 unique 3d scenes, and takes about 45 minutes to complete. (depending on how much backtracking you end up doing). After completing the game for the first time, you will be given the option to watch all endings without having to replay (if you want to). There are no puzzles really, just a bit of pixel hunting and backtracking. If you are having trouble feel free to message me here or DM me on discord (soapy#4427)
This game has a lot of text - if you don't enjoy reading amateur fiction, you will probably not enjoy this game, but thank you for coming here! It means a lot to me for you to try it, even if you don't like it.
Feel free to let me know what you think in the comments below, any feedback is helpful, and kind words are never taken for granted.
A classic point and click adventure game. If you're a click spammer like me, use the right mouse button to progress dialog boxes, as it will prevent you from accidentally triggering other things in the scene. (RMB works only on dialog boxes)
You can click on the small arrow icon in the bottom right of the screen, or the dialog text itself to progress. Honestly, you can just click anywhere in the majority of the bottom half of the screen and that should get things going.
- Game by hsmith + soapy
- Audio Engineering by SoundsByDane
- Support, testing, and feedback provided by fellow Game Jammer TheLongwillow.
- Music provided by https://invadableharmony.itch.io/
All source code is licensed as do whatever you want with.
All artwork, images, pixel art, and 3d models are published with creative commons with attribution unless otherwise explicitly stated