I loved this and the art style and music was probably the best part. Amazing Work :)
What home means to you?
We hope that this journey will be the key to finding the right answer to this question.
Experience the journey of a young lady to find her home and to find urplace.
This game was created for the Global Game Jam 2019.
Pro Tip: For better visuals, audio and performance, please download the Windows or macOS versions below.
|Art 🎨||Programming 💻|
|Isabelle Oliveira - 3D Modeling, Level Designer & UI Designer||Marcelo Chaves - Gameplay Programmer,|
UI Programmer & Sound Designer
|Renê Queiroz - Animator & Character Modeling||Rodrigo Vieira - Game Designer,|
Level Designer, Gameplay Programmer & Sound Designer
|Thaynan Nadu - 2D Environment Artist & Level Designer|
NOTE: Hello guys! Developers of Urplace here!
First of all: Thank you so much! We were amazed by how many people played Urplace since we published it, a few days ago.
We'd like to say two things here:
1) We are aware about the bugs of Urplace. We are working to fix them all, especially the ones that affect movement of our beloved little girl.
2) We are think about expand Urplace to something bigger and better. We already have some new interactions, puzzles and challenges in mind, and we are eager to make Urplace a deeper experience to all of you.
Thank you once again for the support! And see you soon!
|Updated||6 days ago|
|Published||12 days ago|
|Platforms||Windows, macOS, HTML5|
|Authors||Dormir Não Dá XP Studio, Rene Queiroz, Isabelle Oliveira, Rodrigo Vieira, Nadu, Marcelo Chaves|
|Made with||Unity, Blender, Adobe Photoshop, Audacity|
|Tags||2D, Atmospheric, Dark, Female Protagonist, Global Game Jam, Grayscale, Puzzle-Platformer, Side Scroller, Singleplayer, Unity|
|Average session||About a half-hour|
- Dev Diary 01: Thanks, Bug Fixes and Updates8 days ago
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you need a help for translate to brazilian portuguese ?
Great vibe, love the music!
Loved it, it's pretty short, but has a good experience throughout. Love the music and especially the atmosphere. Really good work, that I could see being developed into a bigger game, but as it is, it is a fulfilling short experience. Great job!
This is the third game in the video
I loved the "Limbo" vibe of it. Nicely well done.
Vocês são brasileiros? Parabéns, gente! Adorei o logo do estúdio! Vou baixar os outros jogos que tem lá para dar uma conferida. Fico sempre feliz em ver desenvolvedores br por aqui.
Sim, somos brasileiros. Estamos super felizes em ver que você também é brasileiro e curtiu nosso jogo. Valeu pelos feedbacks, Julien! ❤️
I like the graphycs, but please, you should fixed the movement and the animations!
Thanks for the feedback. We are correcting the animations. :)
Hello eloras! Rodrigo Vieira here, game designer and programmer of Urplace. Thanks for the feedback, we are already fixing the game bugs. Especially the movement ones. We itend to fix all the bugs and make Urplace bigger and better, with more puzzles and interactions! We were amazed by the how many people are playing the game, and we definitly want to move foward with Urplace!
this is great! :D loved the atmopshere and the game mechanics! such a nice feel of the game too :D awesome job on making this game :D
Very well done, especially for a gamejam submission, although I would consider replacing that heartbeat sound effect. On headphones it has this gross "crackle" to it that I couldn't not notice.
We will check that heartbeat sound effect.
Thank you very much for the feedback, my friend! :D
Thanks! You get that crackle if you cut the sound before the waveform hits the zero line. It's super obvious if you zoom in in Audacity (or whatever your tool of choice may be). Should be an easy fix!
Urplace is short, but fun, with a very Limbo inspired look to it. It says a lot while only showing a little, giving a good "lost little girl" feeling during the adventure, and I can appreciate that. The music and general audio was nice as well.Good job, devs.
Really cool game! Love the look and feel!
Very charming. Reminiscent of Limbo.
Very nice work. Had one bug but... nothing could stop me from finding home. :)