Just played the game and it´s been awesome so far! Couldn´t finish it in one video but I guess that just gives it more value with the lenght! Or I am just dumb :) But loving it!
A downloadable game for Windows
Refracted fate is a first-person adventure puzzle game with horror aspects. You play as a human scientist who gains the ability to move between two dimensions to solve puzzles, as you try to escape to safety.
The world is set in future Alaska, deep underground the mountains in a top secret facility. Here, everything from nuclear weapons to dangerous robots killing anything in their path is being made in secrecy from the rest of the world. This precarious situation is upended when a hacker attack strikes the facility, seemingly via a device smuggled in secretly. The attack turns the internal security against the inhabitants in an automated massacre. Seeing the situation turn worse you start your journey to escape to safety before the goverment decides to obliterate the facility to contain its threat. Quickly find a way to the elevator to escape or forever be buried deep in the Alaskan underground
Refracted fate was created during a student course and later redeveloped to add more features and improve on some of the mechanics. It is released as a vertical slice and will take around about a half-hour to complete, mostly depending on your time solving the puzzles. The game requires keyboard and mouse, but has some limited support for controllers, however some of the systems in the game only works with a mouse.
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I screwed myself over big time.
It's a pretty cool game! I really like the mechanics behind it and the style of the other dimention is amazing! Everything feels really well done! And the atmosphere was Fantastic! Good job! I only wish there was a little more horror to it. I kept expecting something to pop out at some point and was a little disappointed that never happened, not even something with just the environment. Hope you enjoy the video!
I would have liked more lore snippets... Hopefully in the future? ;)
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Looks very interesting! If you want I can write some music or do some of the sound fx ;)
So the framerate and resolution options don't save. I tried multiple times to set 1080x1920 @ 60fps but it constantly reverted to 4k @ unlimited making it difficult to record at a framerate higher than low 20s.
Firstly I really enjoyed this game thought it was very interesting and I liked the ideas that were used like changing dimensions.