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Cartas


"A friend going to the city gives me the chance to write to you again. I don't know if you received my previous letters. Here I am, without being able to communicate with anyone in the world."

Cartas is a short narrative game about the journey of a man adrift. It's based on a couple of letters that were written by inmigrants at the end of the 19th century in Argentina.

It was first made in a few weeks for the Correspondence Jam (which ended 13/feb/2016):

Make a game about, involving or using instant messages, email, letters, etc

Cartas was part of the 2016 tinypalace exhibition in Kassel, Germany.

It was also featured on KillScreen and Rock Paper Shotgun


Cartas ENG is the final version of the game in English and Spanish.

Cartas ITA is the final version of the game in Italian.

JAM Cartas is the jam version of the game, it's unpolished and it's not the final version.


Cartas is free, but if you enjoy it please consider giving a couple of bucks!

Thanks


@yulele_palacios

More information

Published299 days ago
StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows, Mac OS X
Rating
(1)
AuthorJulian Palacios
GenreOther
TagsExperimental, First-Person, jam, narrative, Short, walking-simulator
Average durationA few minutes
LanguagesEnglish, Spanish; Castilian, Italian
InputsKeyboard, Mouse
AccessibilitySubtitles
Player countSingleplayer

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Click download now to get access to the following files:

Cartas ENG WIN.zip 224 MB
Cartas ENG MAC.zip 237 MB
Cartas ITA WIN.zip 224 MB
Cartas ITA MAC.zip 237 MB
JAM Cartas.zip 218 MB

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Could we have more screenshots?


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Twitter @RidingGlitch

Yes, I finished the game at 5am and made a super quick page, tomorrow I will post screenshots, a better description and everything else...

Have you played it?

downloaded and guna play today


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Twitter @RidingGlitch

Hey, yesterday I added a new build, the first one had a bug at the end.