Posts Tagged ‘Fotonica’

Da Doo Run Run: Fotonica On Steam With Splitscreen

By Alice O'Connor on November 7th, 2014.

Leg it!

As much as I might wish, I do not improve at Fotonica. I’ve tried the first-person auto-runner many times in its various incarnations over the years, and never found the beautiful flow and elegance that I’ve seen in other people as I watch over their shoulder. It is tricky and it is pretty and it is now on Steam as what developers Santa Ragione call “the most complete release of Fotonica to date.” It’s got split-screen multiplayer now, for one thing.

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Pay What You Want For Fotonica Download

By John Walker on July 18th, 2011.

And no guns!

In January this year (yes, I actually checked before posting about something) Alec brought us news of Fotonica – a first-person free running game that was played via Unity in a browser. Some things have changed since then, and the game is now downloadable for Mac or Windows, playable in full screen, along with a ‘pay what you want’ offer if you’d like to give the developers, Santa Ragione, some actual real money.

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No Mirrors, Lots of Edges: Fotonica

By Alec Meer on January 18th, 2011.

It is important that you play this. It’s free, so you’ve got no excuse. Not even that you’re colourblind or deaf, because it’s designed to be playable regardless of colour or audio cues.

Fotonica is loosely an auto-running game, in the vein of Canabalt or Robot Unicorn Attack, but with tasty dollops of Mirror’s Edge and Rez mixed in to create something hallucinatory, abstract and balletic. And all with one button.
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