Adventure Jam 2018: Snowspirit

“Snowspirit” by Phil Fortier.

“Up high in the mountains, you wake up from your summer hibernation, only to find things are not quite as you expected… […] [T]he line between dream and reality is blurred as you try to restore order to the natural world.”

When a snowman-like creature awakes from its summer sleep, it realizes that winter has not returned. However, with the help of some pictograms and curious events, it quickly becomes clear that a ritual has to be held before it can snow again. In a well-hidden cave there is a pit in which you have to put a few drops of water, a crystal and a flower.

But even though all of these items are almost close enough to touch, the little snow creature can not grab them. The pictograms also help here, as they reveal that the real world and the dream worlds are interconnected. Although no object can be taken from a dream world into the real world and vice versa, but the actions in a dream world can have consequences on other dream worlds and also on the real world.

So, come on, a wonderfully mysterious adventure with a sophisticated puzzle design is waiting for you. Furthermore, you can choose whether you would rather play “Snowspirit” with a point-and-click interface or with a text parser interface – this fact alone is an outstanding technological detail, which makes the game highly recommendable in my eyes. Excellent work! >>PLAY