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Set in the foggy ruins of an obliterated airport in Ukraine's disputed Eastern regions, The Fallen forces the player into a confusing skirmish that knows no heroes. It tells the stories of ordinary people with ordinary lives, that ended up on this battlefield for different reasons, but all met the same faith in a senseless civil war tainted by nationalism and propaganda.

The Fallen is currently being developed by gold extra with the aid of Andreas Leitner and Christian Knapp. The current version is a first demo and should give you a glimpse of the intended result. We'ld appreciate any feedback, bug reports, etc.

Team: Georg Hobmeier (Design, Text), Christian Knapp (Code), Andreas Leitner (Code, Design), Coco Rath (2D Design), Katharina Shakina (Translation, Voice), Karl Zechenter (Sound)

Update v002: fixed some issues with the mac version, added dark outlines to subtitles for increased visibility.

More information

Published14 days ago
StatusPrototype
PlatformsWindows, Mac OS X, Linux
Authorcausacreations
GenreShooter
Tagsdocumentary, FPS, War
Average durationA few minutes
LanguagesEnglish, Russian
InputsKeyboard, Mouse
AccessibilitySubtitles
Player countSingleplayer

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The Fallen Mac Demo v002 369 MB
The Fallen PC Demo v002 353 MB
The Fallen Linux Demo v002 363 MB

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Нет войне - даёшь рок-н-ролл!



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That was a different experience for me, I hope I understood the concept. It reminded me of the stalker games but when I realised what the gameplay was like it changed my opinion. As it is a prototype I would be happy to play this again when the full version is done. If you put this on the Gamejolt website I will be happy to vote for it. Could you clarify for me, the stories told are they true stories of real people or fictional for the game?

YouTube: Fellowplayer

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Thanks for the Let's Play, very much appreciated. The stories are indeed based on the lives of those who have died in the conflict. Names were changed however and some details swapped around and slightly altered to fit them into the short texts.