Indie Spotlight - The Unfinished Swan

My buddy, Lark Anderson , told me about an indie game that you paint your way through levels to accomplish your objective. Instantly I thought it was an indie game, due to the out of the box like concept. Recently I saw a posting about the winners of the IGF Student Showcase, and this game called...

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My buddy, Lark Anderson , told me about an indie game that you paint your way through levels to accomplish your objective. Instantly I thought it was an indie game, due to the out of the box like concept. Recently I saw a posting about the winners of the IGF Student Showcase, and this game called The Unfinished Swan developed by Ian Dallas. I clicked the video, and sure enough it was the game Lark told me about.

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The video starts off in a white room where you shoot black paint all over the place to find your path, as well as any other objects that could help along the way. Then, you move outside where everything is pitch black, except for your paint that turns white to guide you through. Hidden messages are everywhere giving you hints and questions from what's to come.

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The game looks and sounds amazing. I can't wait to try the demo out. The Unfinished Swan is being prototyped in XNA and the developer hopes to have a demo out sometime this month. We'll let you know as soon as we have a demo.


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