A multi-device game experience featuring two characters trying to recover their memory in a poetic virtual world to highlight the fragility of our digital data & memories.
A multi-device game experience featuring two characterstrying to recover their memory in a poetic virtual worldto highlight the fragility of our digital data & memories.
Explore the world to find the clues! Find the clues to ask things to your companion! Your companion will tell you more about the situation!4 Your companion gives you tools to resolve the problem & how to find the sand!
The iphone is the bridge between you and the companion.You will find an hourglass and clues will arrive in a shape of a plane.You will need to communicate by code and colors. You may find them when exploring on your iPad.The hourglass is a progress gauge but also a secret weapon that you will discover at the end.Clues (48) are in two different formats: a poetry or an object (compass, picture…).
each world is an element, wood, water, wind, night and each character has its own characteristics: red: fire, blue: water, green: plants.
The landscape and your character will improvewhen you get the sand in the ipad before beginning the next level!
This get started on the iPad by absorbing a ball of color. After getting 5 balls of the same color, your character will be chosen…A short while after the purple companion arrives. It explains you that you are in a worldwhere something happened and you should find the solution to put life back into the landscape.To reassure you, the companion goes in your iPhone et explains the iPhone interface. It also says thatyou will see and communicate with him in order to finish each level. When you get back to your ipad, 4 doorson each world will be opened. You can choose one without knowing if you will be able to do the other after.This is where you adventure is starting.
The story gives a conclusion at the end.It will only need a gesture to reverse the hourglass and restart the game. Through this game we are trying to reacha digital society, where every memories, our stories are stored with technologies which we cannot control.