The spectra that appear in this title were made by hand, with plasticine that they later scanned in 3D.
Many titles seek the support of people in Kickstarter, and one who has just started his campaign on this site, is Dark Tales from Mexico. This title, as its name suggests, is a horror game inspired by numerous Mexican legends, such as La Llorona and El Charro Negro.
The campaign will end on October 31.The title is episodic, similar to games like Life is Strange, and the first part of ten short games is the one currently seeking support on Kickstarter. Each spectrum of the title was designed with royal sculptures made of plasticine, which were later scanned in 3D to bring them to life in the game.
“It is a handmade ‘Amnesia’ mixed with Alicia’s cat, seasoned with facing the specters of the Mexican Legends of Terror”, so reads the official description of the game in your campaign site on Kickstarter.
The prelude to Dark tales from Mexico is titled JUST A DREAM … With The Sack Man. We will control Alma, a young woman in search of her grandmother. In the middle of a nightmare, the grandmother will give us a key, and a black cat will start talking to us. We will have to find a dagger in the middle of a labyrinth that changes every time we visit it, where the Man from the Sack.
The Kickstarter campaign will end on 31 October, and those who choose to support the title, will receive some exclusive gifts. If you want to know more about this project, do not hesitate to visit his Official site.
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