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Explore a City overtaken by new Entity, talk to the leftover Dwellers.
Reach the Muse.

Estimated running time: 5-10 minutes.

CONTROLS: 

  • WASD + Mouse to move
  • Space to jump
  • Shift to run
  • CapsLock to toggle run
  • Esc to exit game
StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows
Rating
Rated 4.4 out of 5 stars
(107 total ratings)
AuthorNikolay Ushakov
GenreAdventure
Made withUnreal Engine
Tags3D, artgame, Atmospheric, Experimental, Exploration, Horror, Short, Singleplayer, Surreal, Walking simulator
Average sessionA few minutes
LanguagesEnglish
InputsKeyboard

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City Of Muse(Windows64).rar 519 MB

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WOW! I am pretty impressed with this game, very simple but I love the atmosphere and looks. Would love to see a longer version, maybe even just an hr

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Really cool. I love how the city looks. The layout reminded me of a hilly version of Venice.

Also a great juxtaposition - it feels as if this is what the city would have maybe looked like if it wasn't zombified into a shopping mall.

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I liked the graphics a lot, and the city really reminded me of dishonored! Good job~

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I like the graphic and the game so much, but I don't like the low rate FPS (I use the pc which can play Elden Ring smoothly in high graphic and still feel lag)

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is there a other ending where the angel dosen't kill you? also great game!

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Oh sweetie mind to put a spoiler alert next time for the ending reveal there

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overall a well done game, i loved the graphics and beautiful city you have created here. the tree/plant ghost people are neat and i don't think i've seen that in a game before. it feels like a metaphor that the angel is mother nature and she is taking over the city and making it green again. either way i really like how the story can be interpreted in different ways. the cemetery environment with the red sky was really cool looking too and the ending was a fun touch!

Thanks you ^^

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Great Graphics, maybe add some puzzle  gameplay and it can be really good 

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Beautiful game. Ran into a glitch where the Angel at the end shuts down my game.

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It was a bit intended :D

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Great atmosphere and design of the city

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this was a nice short game will say didnt except the ending keep up the good work and i hope you enjoy the gameplay

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Woah thank you

your welcome

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Very nice stuff! Great graphics and story :)
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hi the game  simple and fun ,great work i made new game (bvb-guess ) too if want check my game and tell any bug or new things that i can add to it ,thank you

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Very unique concept and atmosphere. Well done!👍

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Николай Ушаков, а как на счет того что автор русскоговорящий, и проект соответственно должен быть на родном языке. А для остальных уже второстепенное.

В следующей будет, отставить панику ;)

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Ну тут спорно по-моему, подавляющее число людей на планете обычно кроме одного ничего и не знает.

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Aw man, I thought I was gonna become a tree in the end. Loved the game either way <3 I always had a love for overgrowth and green. 

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at the very border of the mapXD

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:D

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My playthrough of your game

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It's cool how any screen can be considered pixel art.

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Love the graphics!!!

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Gorgeous game, loved the colors and the art style. Walking around the city and looking over the edge of the balcony was so pretty. A work of art with a slightly different ending than what I expected.
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Thank you for this experience! I can only wholeheartedly agree to what the other commenters say - the color palettes and general feeling of this city is very well done. I think the music does a lot for this too. I was suspicious of/slightly creeped out by the "talking ghosts" from the start. But the metaphor question shortly before the jump really stuck with me, I wanted to know! Will not spoil the ending. If what happens last is a glitch, it adds to the experience.

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good arts. i loved

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Beautiful game! Played here :)

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Glad you liked it)

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Since I deleted the original video I made on this game I decided to pay it a revisit. Tbh it still holds up. Game looks very pretty.

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Thanks a lot!

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love it thank you so much

Thank you for playing!

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I'm surpised nobody pointed out the influence of "Horror Tales : The Wine"

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Hey, I fell in love with your game. I'm an art lover and like to paint, and if you're not an artist/painter yourself you must be a fan. I enjoyed the color palettes, blending, and the thoughtful way the backgrounds became less detailed in the distance, like a master painting. If that was unintentional then you're a natural. Never felt too pixelated/game-like. Thanks for creating this with such love :)

Not sure if there's a glitch at the end but it was OK. Again, thanks!

Thank you! 

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Very nice environments. The colors and pixelation were really well done!

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Loved the vibes, I Definitely would play a longer version of it. 

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Had no clue what the heck I was getting myself into when I was walking around the peaceful city of Muse. Forgot it was a horror game at one point! But the soundtrack and visuals where stunning and relaxing to watch/listen to. Than things lets just say take a turn for the worst! Short but sweet experience, I think its worth a shot to play.

J'ai bien aimé cette courte balade faite avec Modular Seaside Town.

La fin est brutale, on dirait un bug.

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Really loved the atmosphere and the city itself! The metaphors and everything were really good. Only wished there were more about the 'goddess.'

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I like the game, and I’d really like to recommend it. But two things that leave a less than professional impression need to be fixed.

Here’s my advice:

First, don’t let the game crash back to the desktop the nanosecond it’s finished. Second, give credit for the assets you used—all of them, the town, the statue, the music. If you wrote and performed the music yourself, credit yourself. None of that takes away from your creative work. And you should always give everyone their due, regardless whether you sell the game or give it away for free.

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I played your game in my video - 5:58 - 

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A beautiful game. Had fun testing it.

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We are excited to discuss City of Muse on Indie Game Club! Indie Game Club is like a book club, but for indie games!

Twitch: https://twitch.tv/potionsandpixels

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I thought the game was beautiful, atmospheric, and was cool to play. Great job on it!

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