A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux
The CORE, a private research station, 2352. Celebrity scientist Jonathan Campbell awakens to this fallen utopia and must search for his loved ones - with the help of L, a mysterious companion.
The Mind's Eclipse is a science-fiction visual novel featuring hand-drawn scenes in black and white, and emotional narrative-driven gameplay. Players will uncover the mystery of the Eclipse and its side-narratives by exploring, searching through logs and journals, and piecing together what happened to the CORE whilst searching for Jonathan's family.
- An interactive fiction in stark black and white, with morally gray characters
- With the help of a mysterious companion, explore a fallen utopia in search for your loved ones and uncover the mystery of the Eclipse
- Piece together what led to the CORE's fall from journals and chat logs
- No dating? No Problem. Every environment is interactive, pulling the player into a science fiction world worth exploring
- Beware COSy
Explore a fallen utopia. Find your loved ones. Beware COSy.
We've prepared a playable demo for our fans. The demo should take approximately 15-20 minutes to complete and is available on PC, Mac, and Linux! See below for download links and instructions!
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|Published||Apr 18, 2016|
|Platforms||Windows, macOS, Linux|
|Author||The Mind's Eclipse|
|Tags||adventure, black-and-white, Cyberpunk, Hand-drawn, Interactive Fiction, Noir, Point & Click, Sci-fi, scifi, Visual Novel|
|Average session||About a half-hour|
Download the zip file corresponding to your operating system. Extract the entire zip folder to a place of your choosing.
For Mac and PC, simply click on the application icon or .exe file respectively.
For Linux, open up a terminal window at the location of the game files and run the application using terminal commands.