The Minds Eclipse science-fiction visual novel releases for Linux, Mac and Windows. The games designer Donald Campbell includes hand-drawn scenes in black and white. As well as a unique and emotional narrative-driven gameplay.
While praised for its distinctive art style and exploration of nanopunk themes. The Minds Eclipse follows your characters emotional journey in a fallen utopia. Searching for your loved ones – with the help of L, a mysterious companion.
So players will have to uncover the mystery of the Eclipse. As well as the side-narratives by exploring, investigating logs and journals. All while piecing together what happened to the CORE. And also his family as you follow his journey.
“Through its combination of hand-drawn scenes and atmospheric music, The Mind’s Eclipse manages to not only be intriguing, but sometimes also rather haunting.” – GameSpew
The Minds Eclipse trailer (Linux, Mac, Windows)
The Minds EclipseFeatures:
- Every environment is interactive. Comb through a sci-fi world worth exploring
- Piece together what led to the CORE’s fall from journals and chat logs
- Befriend a mysterious companion as she helps you search for your loved ones
- Explore a fallen utopia and uncover the mystery of the Eclipse
- Beware COSy
The Minds Eclipse also has a Free demo available via Itch for Linux, Mac and Windows. Which will give anyone curious a fairly decent first hand experience. Since I’m not one for visual novels, the games honestly worth playing.
Steam and Itch releases:
About Minds Eclipse Interactive:
Minds Eclipse Interactive was founded in September 2015 when Donald Campbell returned from a solo road trip and began assembling a core team of creative people he had met in his travels. The studio aims to craft soulful, narrative-driven games that allow players to experience who they could be, and reflect on who they are now.
- OS: Ubuntu 16.04
- Processor: 1.8 Ghz
- Memory: 2 GB RAM
- Graphics: Intel HD 4000 or higher
- Storage: 1 GB available space
- Additional Notes: The linux version has only been tested on Ubuntu 16.04