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    Camera Obscura – my game on Steam Greenlight

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    January 27th, 2013 3:28 pm

    Hello fellow game developers,

    I wanted to make a plug for a game I’ve just submitted to Steam Greenlight.  The game is called Camera Obscura, and it’s being developed by a small group of college students from UC Irvine.  We started it in a game jam almost two years ago, and we liked the idea so much that we’ve continued to develop it into a full-length game.

    Camera Obscura is a puzzle-platformer that revolves around a unique mechanic that allows the player to activate a camera flash so bright that it creates “afterimages” of all visible platforms.  These platforms are solid enough to walk on, and they can be moved around for a short time, mimicking the player’s movements.  This ability allows players to cross wide chasms, reach high platforms, and otherwise alter the shape of the environment to accomplish the ultimate goal – reaching the top of the mysterious Tower.  You can see some gameplay footage here to get a better idea.

    The Greenlight page is right here.  We’d really love your support and your feedback!
    Steam Greenlight | Camera Obscura

    Screenshot

    The game also has a full, custom soundtrack by the amazing Trenton Ng, and we’ve shared a few of the tracks here:
    Soundtrack

    Thanks for your time,
    Brian MacIntosh

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