If you’re German and would like to see a well-narrated and on-the-fly translated playthrough, check out Bruugar’s awesome video below!
Thanks to Bruugar for the coverage! I do not speak the language unfortunately, but running the page through Google Translate, it looks like the folks were quite intrigued :) Glad to hear there’s interest and hope we can bring a German translation after launch!
And if you’d like to help us get a head-start on raising translation funds, why not pre-order today and get a FREE key to our first game Postmortem: one must die! as well?
Comrades! Our game is releasing this February so we began the Pre-Orders! If you support us now, we will send you a free Steam Key for our previous game Postmortem: one must die as a little Thank You! And if we can start pooling some good cash quickly, we might be able to get started on Translations a bit earlier :)
What is Postmortem?
Indie game playing an Agent of Death who must take ONE life that could change the fate of a conflict-torn Nation!
Freeform exploration with Rich dialogue
Meaningful choices and Unintended Consequences
Cast of ambitious and influential characters
Complex setting of violent domestic conflict and industrial revolution
Dynamic and surprising Endings
Online Stats to compare Your Choices with
As always, Thank You for your consideration and supporting your fellow indie devs! It’s been a long time coming, but the ship will fly soon!
Karla Munger from JustAdventure.com has taken the time to preview our indie game and was left “quite impressed” after 3 (!) full playthroughs! Check out the full article; here are some highlight:
I did three full playthroughs of the preview build and each was surprisingly different. The narrative’s many variables, which can also impact the length of the game, give Karaski tremendous replay value.
You’re told that you’ll control the story and that your actions and choices will shape the past, present and future.
I wondered if it would be possible to weave this kind of narrative in a believable way. Well, I’m happy to report that Unbound Creations has done a masterful job of pulling it off.
… I predict that the final version of Karaski: What Goes Up… will be a wonderfully entertaining game that I won’t hesitate to recommend … Way to go, Unbound Creations!
Comrades! We are happy to share four glorious minutes of gameplay in the latest video below! It showcases multiple approaches using various tools, breaking into rooms, and social stealth. Please enjoy and let us know what you think in the comments!