A downloadable game for Windows and Mac OS X
Dear Carmen, is a vignette game about meeting a person and flirting and maybe misinterpreting signals. It's more or less what I thought and felt during two really difficult weeks of my life.
It is, to some extents, a true story, or at least it is from my point of view. I don't really know why I made this, it just felt right that way.
I tried to use space to tell my feelings across the various part of the short story.
"Dear Carmen impresses with it's minimalist low poly art style and candid look at the emotions experienced during a brief flirt. We've all had the occasional connection with someone that never actually went anywhere, and it's easy to get caught up in wondering what could of happened if things played out differently. But maybe it's for the best." – Free Game Planet
|Published||38 days ago|
|Platforms||Windows, Mac OS X|
|Release date||38 days ago|
|Author||Sticky Toffee Games|
|Tags||First-Person, flirt, personal, walking-simulator|
|License||All rights reserved|
|Asset license||All rights reserved|
|Average duration||A few minutes|
It's a Unity thing, so you probably know the deal. Unzip, double click and it's there.
Use the usual FPS controls (WASD to move, mouse to look around) and press ESC if you want to pause/exit the game.