The Procession to Calvary is a point and click sequel on Kickstarter for Linux, Mac and Windows. Which is also an adventure game made from Renaissance-era paintings. Along with public domain recordings of classical music. Since it strives to be as intelligent and ridiculous in equal measure.
Indie British developer Joe Richardson returns with The Procession to Calvary. Which is now doing well in the crowdfunding campaign. Also the sequel to the impressive ‘point and click Renaissance masterpiece’, Four Last Things.
The point-and-click sequel to the Renaissance-era game Four Last Things is here. Which is only seeking a modest funding goal of $9,652 USD. While The Procession to Calvary is set for a 2019 release across Linux, Mac and Windows.
Also, Four Last Things still holds a solid 97% Positive in Steam reviews. Which also happens to be celebrating a 75% discount, priced at $1.99 USD on Steam until August 21st.
Richardson describes the game, “if Monkey Island 2 had been made in 17th century Florence by a time travelling Terry Gilliam wannabe.” So yes, there will be a lot of British humour in the mix.
The Procession to Calvary – Kickstarter Trailer (Linux, Mac, Windows)
- Pointing and Clicking
- Renaissance Artwork
- Classical Music
- Sinful Behavior
- Detailed, Interactive Game World
- Simple Visual Interface
- Moments of Surprising Profundity
The Procession to Calvary makes good use of gorgeous, Renaissance-era artwork. Since Richardson has cut up, putting into a collage and animating. While creatiing a cohesive, narrative-driven experience. Development will use Unity 3D and Anima2D. Since the previous game’s animations use Adobe Flash.
A point and click on Kisktarter:
The Procession to Calvary is on Kickstarter with 27 days to go. Currently sitting at 39% funding. Estimating delivers on Linux, Mac and Windows in April 2019 both DRM-Free or via Steam.