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The art of daydreaming.

What Remains of Edith Finch is now available, DRM-free on GOG.com with a 33% discount until December 11, 2PM UTC. The game will then be 20% off until December 26.
A certain boy prince might have you believe that "what is essential is invisible to the eye". But once you get absorbed into the enchanting world of Edith Finch, this notion might be severely challenged. A narrative masterpiece bursting with creativity, emotional resonance, and stunning visuals, this is an adventure game that will stay with you long after you leave the wondrous Finch house behind.

Grab the evocative Soundtrack separately, also for 33% off.

Watch the trailer.
Post edited December 11, 2017 by maladr0Id
Some remains popped up it seems.
HELL YEAH!
instabuy
Maybe PC owners can get a port of The Unfinished Swan if this is successful.
Works on: XP

Holy GOG, how can it be?! What a shame! It's a dinosaur OS that no one in sane mind uses in our days!

GOG can not, GOG must not support this, it must not work at all, it's a blasphemy, it's a heresy, we all shall die...
Ok, now this is a "walking sim" (but not really) that's actually good. Instabought.
Looks really interesting and bought.
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Vissavald: Works on: XP

Holy GOG, how can it be?! What a shame! It's a dinosaur OS that no one in sane mind uses in our days!

GOG can not, GOG must not support this, it must not work at all, it's a blasphemy, it's a heresy, we all shall die...
I'm actually rather pleased by this.
ermagawd............ I so want to insta buy this but does anyone know if it makes you hurl within the first 15 min? does it have the ability to change graphic settings like field of view etc?
Huh. With a name and concept like that, I'm surprised this isn't by the Vanishing of Ethan Carter people.

(Generally, I let games come to my attention when they show up on GOG or in a Humble Bundle. If I do become aware of a desirable game outside those contexts, I add it to my IsThereAnyDeal waitlist and forget about it. No point in being aware of a game that's not available on my terms.)
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Vissavald: Works on: XP

Holy GOG, how can it be?! What a shame! It's a dinosaur OS that no one in sane mind uses in our days!

GOG can not, GOG must not support this, it must not work at all, it's a blasphemy, it's a heresy, we all shall die...
Because Microsoft doesn't backport new APIs, supporting XP is a good way to maximize the chance that something will Just Work™ on Linux via Wine without committing to actively supporting Wine's complexities and inter-version variances... and Linux+Wine is still fully supported and receiving updates.

(Not to mention, some people, like me, keep a WinXP machine in their KVM stack to complement the DOS, Windows 3.1x, and Windows 9x options.)
Post edited December 07, 2017 by ssokolow
The trailer kind of reminds me of Blackwood Crossing, which is one of the most repugnant, nauseating things I've ever played.

It's a first person game though, and I can't say no to those, so onto the wishlist it goes.
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Vissavald: Works on: XP

Holy GOG, how can it be?! What a shame! It's a dinosaur OS that no one in sane mind uses in our days!

GOG can not, GOG must not support this, it must not work at all, it's a blasphemy, it's a heresy, we all shall die...
Im using XP in certain capacities. Well a virtualized install of Win XP Mode in Win7 Ultimate.

It is certainly a jolt to use because you do not realize how quickly certain functions just became second nature with Win 7 release, It shines the light on how lazy we are getting in the name of accessibility.

Only real problem is how many modern programs either abandoned or never had XP support.

Its definitely NOT a problem as an OS. In fact its been rather fun. Sort of like the effect of playing a Snes classic is for gaming.
Damn, I only just got this in the last Steam sale; if only I'd waited because I'd rather have it here. In any case, it's great to have a DRM free release for this one. One of the best Exploration games I've ever played.

Edit: Is it possible to buy the Soundtrack separately from the game and actually download it? I avoided the Steam one because I heard it was only 192 CBR. Assuming the WAV version here isn't just converted from 192, I would like to get it here but it says you need the Game too which seems silly.
Post edited December 07, 2017 by marionette
Good to see it here, instabuy :)
Post edited December 07, 2017 by Tarhiel
Wonderful! I loved this game. And... bought! Here's to the next Giant Sparrow's game!