"This is the Demiurge."
"I am the maker of worlds and I made you."
"In this eternity I will guide you on what you need to do."
"Follow my voice, and you will find this universe in harmony."
Every phase of the Moon, she would undertake tasks that were assigned to her. However, several cycles later, she receives a blank message. Unsure of what to do and where the Demiurge is, Selene embarks on a journey across time and space.
• 16 different endings! (although some endings are more important than others)
• An original soundtrack (OST) of 12 different pieces!
• Roughly 20k words (approximately 1.5 hours of playtime)
• 5 CGS
• A bonus "behind the scenes" mode called "Calendar"
• References to Pre-Socratic philosophers
Aracade: Programming, Art, Music and Story
Isobel Thompson: Music
DOWNLOAD ON ITCH.IO (if interested)
The OST/soundtrack to LUNACY is available on a playlist on Youtube! Feel free to click below and have a listen :)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQ_L45g ... I3dlkCMi7l
Here is a link to the channel (in case it only shows the title theme)
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNrdU3 ... giQ/videos
This game was made from Jan 2nd to Jan 20th. The theme was "moons" or "Year of the Rat". I was motivated to finish this game within the
time that was given. It is "finished" but I wish I could've added more features/take some more time to clean it up. I would really appreciate it if you had a look and would love to hear any sort of feedback! :)
Exciting UPDATE! This game was one of the selected winners for the Lunar New Year Jam!!!
I am over the moon about this (pun intended) and am so thankful to everyone who has checked out the game so far.
What this means is that I will have a booth at the IGDA party/convention that's being held in Texas. The Society of Play there will be running the booth as, unfortunately, I do not live in the US. Because of this, I won't be able to attend. But I highly, highly recommend that you go see the game there along with all of the other games that were submitted for the Lunar New Year Jam.
You can read more about it in the development log on the itch.io page:
https://aracade.itch.io/lunacy/devlog/1 ... w-year-jam
And you can find more information on the Lunar New Year Jam site:
https://itch.io/jam/lunar-new-year-jam/ ... p-up-event