A Candle to the Unknown (Steam Greenlight)

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  1. Epic_Lords

    Epic_Lords New Member

    May 26, 2017
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    Hello there!

    My name is Juan, I'm from Seville (Spain), and I'm one of the members of EpicLords, a new small creative group. We are working hard to make our first Point & Click commercial adventure sees the light: A Candle to the Unknown.

    If you like graphic adventures and mystery... please, help us to take this game forward!

    Steam Greenlight: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=930478155

    The game

    A candle to the unknown is a graphic adventure of the 'Point & Click' genre with a pixelated aesthetic that it will immerse you in a story of horror, fantasy and mystery. Along the game, where you will go through a variety of sceneries, you will assume the role of Werther and other different characters embraced by a cloak of madness.

    The plot consists of a series of chapters in which you can take different paths based on the choices you make and the characters you deal with, thereby affecting the course of the story.

    The prologue (Demo)

    During the prologue you will take on the role of three monks who have had the courage to go into the unknown in different ways. Here, you will be partaker of the first events that open the doors to horrors coming from beyond the stars that will endanger the foundations of their faith.

    Download the demo from here (Windows and Mac): http://acandletotheunknown.com/index.php?p=5&i=ing


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