A downloadable game for Windows

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Placed in a world without change, you must create fate by watering an ancient plant. Determine a future and live with it.

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Get the Soundtrack Here

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CONTROLS:

Walk - WASD

Run - Shift

Inventory - Tab

Interact - E

Use - Left Mouse

Save Menu - F5

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CREDITS:

Created By: Bryce Bucher

Music: Simone Peltier

Oil Painting: Athan Shields

Shaders: Modus Interactive, Queenjazz

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Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/BryceBucher

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Purchase

Buy Now$7.99 USD or more

In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $7.99 USD. Your purchase comes with a Steam key. You will get access to the following files:

Fatum Betula 644 MB
Fatum Betula Press Kit 165 MB

Development log

Comments

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Very very underrated gem,  one of the best things I've played this year. Super sombre, meditative and serene in a melencholic way. The characters and setting feel intertwined and existentially horrifying. The dread and apathy of this world reminded me a lot of exploring dark Souls and Majoras mask as a kid. Art design was super strong too, idk y but the lonley and serene imagery reminded me of a film called the terrorizers by edward yang.

Huge step up from your last game in terms of scope but the ideas translate very well into this little open world. Cant wait to see what yall come up with next.

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It was a lot of fun exploring and experimenting with the many fluids.

Pretty sure I found the majority of the endings, but haven't sussed out what to do about that Immortal Skeleton and Well Witch yet.

Very happy to see that feeding the Dream Fish to the Oily Kitty did this.

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It's a lovely little game! how many endings are there? I only managed to find two

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10 I believe