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Leaving Lyndow Releases on Steam

 

 

February 8, in the year of our Lord 2017 -- Leaving Lyndow (by Eastshade Studios, currently developing Easthsade) is now out on Steam and Itch.io for Windows PC.

Although set in the same universe, Leaving Lyndow has different game mechanics from the vast open-world of the quest-based Eastshade. It is a short, self-contained first-person adventure game focusing on storytelling.

You'll play as Clara, a young scientist who just joined the Guild of Maritime Exploration, saying goodbye to her loved ones on the last day in her hometown before a dangerous journey *dangerous journey not included*.

Features:

A detailed environment to explore at your own pace
Partake in mini-games that further reveal the story
Meet friends and family as they prepare for the departure of a loved one
An experience that can be completed in one sitting.

About Leaving Lyndow
Leaving Lyndow is a short, first-person exploration adventure game, set in the Eastshade universe. It's Clara's last day on the island where she grew up. With high honors, she's graduated and fulfilled her childhood dream of joining the Guild of Maritime Exploration. She needs to complete preparations, visit her favorite places, and say her goodbyes before leaving on a journey she may not return from.

Eastshade Studios was founded in December 2013 when Danny Weinbaum quit his day job as a 3D environment artist in AAA games to build a weird world (Eastshade.) With collaborators sprinkled around the globe, they are committed to building worlds that feel like real places, explored through non-violent mechanics.

No word on a physical copy version of this video game at this time. Families are required to pay for Internet usage fees to download this video game. For more information click here.

   

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