Sophora Toromiro

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Anonymous Feb 21, 2010 at 15:00

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Hi

I’m working on a 3d point and click adventure game called “Sophora Toromiro”

The story is about a rural fisherman and takes place in one of the imaginary islands in Pacific Ocean named “Numaru Island” in 1881.

An executable demo of the game is now ready for test; you can find more information and download the demo from my website:

www.spbyte.com/en/games

The game still needs lots of work, but you will be able to experience the first scenes

Respects
Shakoor

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rouncer 103 Feb 22, 2010 at 08:32

visuals are ok. dont really wanna download it tho, cause ive got enough on my computer already.

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Anddos 103 Feb 28, 2010 at 04:50

Very cool il try the demo
Can’t get on the website says ,Bandwidth Limit Exceeded

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shakoor 101 Mar 01, 2010 at 07:41

@Anddos

Very cool il try the demo
Can’t get on the website says ,Bandwidth Limit Exceeded

hi
solved
respects

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Mihail121 102 Mar 02, 2010 at 14:07

I just tried the demo with my usual “oh-no-here-goes-it-again”, but sceptical as I usually am, your demo puts the dust out of my room and brings candy into it instead. Let me get to the specific details. The first thing to comment is of course the music. It’s so good, I can’t get enough of it, I purifies my soul after a hard day. I definitely love it!!!! But it’s not just the music, The whole game has a very nice and smooth feeling. Graphics, although not advanced, are the supporting the overall positive impression. It takes me back in the days and I almost see a new Grim Fandango rising. As for the controls and the interface, you should work more on that side, but that’s a game I’ll WANT to put my money in! Keep up the good work and thank you for the nice experience.

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shakoor 101 Mar 02, 2010 at 21:28

@Mihail121

I just tried the demo with my usual “oh-no-here-goes-it-again”, but sceptical as I usually am, your demo puts the dust out of my room and brings candy into it instead. Let me get to the specific details. The first thing to comment is of course the music. It’s so good, I can’t get enough of it, I purifies my soul after a hard day. I definitely love it!!!! But it’s not just the music, The whole game has a very nice and smooth feeling. Graphics, although not advanced, are the supporting the overall positive impression. It takes me back in the days and I almost see a new Grim Fandango rising. As for the controls and the interface, you should work more on that side, but that’s a game I’ll WANT to put my money in! Keep up the good work and thank you for the nice experience.

Dear Mihail121

Wow, your comment just motivated me to do bigger things, I am very happy that you liked it

I will definitely do my best to make this game as good as possible

I wish happiness for you

Shakoor

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riyanjason 101 Jun 06, 2010 at 15:02

“In 1771, Captains James Cook and Tobias Furneaux sailed out in search of a rare and supposedly extinct plant, and accounts tell of their success on the (fictional) Pacific island called Numaru. Over a century later, three British researchers travelled to Numaru Island to find the seeds of Toromiro. The trio vanished without a trace, however, and as the man who lead them to the island, you are now being held responsible and have only two weeks to discover the truth behind their disappearance.”