This is such a lovely, but somewhat melancholy, game that I really enjoyed playing it. Reminds me of old abandoned forums and empty malls. Really gives you an impression, that some places were full of people, but aren't anymore. The models are adorable as always, and so is the soundtrack! Really chill experience :>
A downloadable game for Windows
A mysterious game found at a local resale shop. Not much is known about it, but the label reads "A True Simulated Nature Experience"
Made for A Game By its Cover 2021, based on the Famicase Exhibition art by NAT KING
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Lovely short experience, exploring a lost old game world. Felt very calming and nostalgic.
cool experience :O
Such a precious game 🧏♂️
I love exploring old/forgotten game worlds like this ^^
Hello! e-scape was a short but brilliant piece of work! There are many exciting and fun works in the world, but in this one, when I was looking at the world of e-scape with other players at the end, past experiences suddenly came to mind. It's not often that I come across a work that evokes my senses in this way, so I'm glad I came across this one. Thank you for a good piece!
this game is so cute. I love the vibes that this game brings
short but cute :)
E-scape is short, chill, and easy to look at. It's effectively a third person walking(hovering?) sim, but was still a fun experience overall with a sort of "makes you think" ending. I dig it.Good job, dev. (And nice use of Sonic 3 and Chao audio.)
i can't paly it
Loved it! Here's a video i made.
super interesting concept. loved the whole visuals and athmosphere <3
Very cute and relaxing game. Was a pleasure to play.
good tatse of art :3
I love your style. Great project.
amazing work of art
This is a very laid-back and unique look at virtual environments and how they can have the same qualities of space and time as real ones. I posted a review on the jam submission page, and did a playthrough video below:
Thank you so much for the video and the lovely review on the jam page, I'm so glad you liked it!
Looks brilliant, I love meditational games!