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  1. For years I imagined making a completely FMV interactive story/puzzle game (think Myst but made entirely with videos). Last year I finally got around to figuring out how to make the game mechanics work, and little by little put together Yeli Orog. The game takes place in Asturias, Spain and was filmed in various locations there: Yeli Orog is a FMV interactive story game about an immense archaeological discovery: A bizarre stone tablet written in the Celtiberian language found buried underneath an ancient dolmen in northern Spain. The inscription written on the tablet tells a ghoulish tale believed to be the Celtiberian origin myth. You play the role of Johnny Robin, an archaeologist sent to Asturias, Spain to assist in the recovery of Celtiberian remains. Upon arrival to Asturias you find yourself unexpectedly transported to an alien world, experiencing first-hand the terrifying story written on the ancient tablet. If you are a fan of Myst-like games, interactive stories with puzzle elements, and FMV games, I think you will appreciate Yeli Orog. If you have any questions about the game let me know. Here is the steam page, the game will be released on July 13th: Here is the trailer: Some in-game screenshots:
  2. So Sunday night, Ewokskick & I played Contradiction together! They have recently changed the interface options, and judging from other's responses, greatly improved the experience. This game was delightful and bananas! We got stuck once at 93% and had to look up a hint, and we can talk about where we stumbled. James was a gift from the heavens, and I want a game just about his weird self. This was also the moment that I accidentally pressed the bottom left corner keys of my keyboard, and for some reason that restarted the game, losing our progress, sending us back to my last save which was at 19%! So that was awful. We ended up watching the last of the game on youtube in a lets play as it was already past midnight and we didn't want to redo what we had already done. Has anyone else played this? I highly recommend playing it with someone, like many people did with Her Story.