Rorschach

 

Description: Description: Rorschach

 

Rorschach is a detective-adventure for PC and PSP where you play a small person that has been called to an asylum

where the chief doctor has been brutally murdered. The asylum is filled with weird and colorful people that has the

information you need, but in Rorschach there are no predefined questions. Everything that is said can also

be used as a question on any person in the game. You'll need to make friends, manipulate and confront people

to find their dark secrets and only then will you be able to find out who the murderer is and why the he did it.

 

Status

In development

Feedback is appreciated here

 

Download

(Hardware accelerated PC with Windows XP required)

Rorschach v0.9

 

(Homebrew enabled PSP required)

Rorschach PSP v0.91

 

News

August 4, 2008 – Rorschach on display at FILE Electronic Language International Festival in Sao Paolo, Brazil

October 29, 2007 - Rorschach version 0.91 for PSP was released for download

September 26, 2007 - Rorschach version 0.9 for PC was released for download

June 25, 2007 - An article about Rorschach was published in Level7 magazine that was released today.

May 03, 2007 - Rorschach will be shown once again at the M.A.D.E festival in Umeĺ, Sweden 9-12 May.

May 03, 2007 Rorschach was shown in a brand new display at Öppen Hus at Umeĺ Konsthögskola 28-29 April.

April 1, 2007 Rorschach is being shown in playable form at Broströms Kafé in Uppsala, Sweden 3-28 March.

 

Known issues (PC)

- Memory leak on certain graphics cards making the game randomly crash

- Wrong aspect on wide-screens

 

Known issues (PSP)

- Music sometimes doesn’t loop

 

Screenshots

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Credits

Created by Jens Andersson

Art by Ida Rödén

 

Music was blatantly ripped off the movie Oldboy and was intended as a placeholder

Thanks to Mattias Snygg, Mikael Säker, Anders Backman, Jim van Asperén and all playtesters.

 

Using pspsdk, pnglib, zlib & tinyxml

 

Copyright 2007, Collecting Smiles