In this gameplay video, Ready Set Indie Games plays Demo on PC.
Behind the Frame is featured at the Indie Arena Booth 2021 Event for Gamescom 2021 and is also apart of the Indie Houses Event taking place from August 31, 2021 - September 7, 2021. I would like to clarify that this is indeed the full version of the game that
I am playing and not the demo of the game.
I would also like to let you all know that the Following game Behind the Frame was provided to me for free by Silver
Lining Studios, Akupara Games, Akatsuki Taiwan Inc. I would like to thank Silver Lining Studios, Akupara Games, Akatsuki Taiwan Inc. for providing
a free copy of the game for me to play and write a review for.
If you are looking for a very chill and relaxing game to play as we switch Summer to Fall, then look
no further than Behind the Frame. I first came across my Twitter feed during Wishlist Wednesday, if you are not familiar with Wishlist Wednesday it is a day in which indie developers will share their games in hopes to gain wishlists for them. As a big-time
supporter of the indie game community, I always do a Wishlist Wednesday post to allow developers to leave their game there, in which I will wishlist the game as well as retweet the tweet to others so that they can see the game. It is by far the best way to
see a lot of games that you may not normally have an interest in or had no idea were being developed and for me, that is how I discovered Behind the Frame.
I was drawn into the art style of Behind The Frame as it looks like it was inspired by the art style of Studio Ghilbi Films, and as a big fan of those films, I knew for sure that I was going to fall in love with the game. In Behind the Frame you play as a
young aspiring artist who is working on a piece of art with the hopes of being able to get into an exhibition. The game essential is a point-and-click game, as you have to solve little puzzles in order to get the other paints to complete the painting that
the artist is working on. One of the things that truly touched me with the game is that there is no actual voice acting from what I played of it thus far, and it really uses its cut scenes and wording similar to that of a silent film to tell its story,
which I found to be both satisfying and very creative as it's not something you see a lot of very often.
The puzzles in the game don't appear to be very hard,
which again is perfectly fine by me. It seems that the developers really want you to focus on the beauty of the game as well as the story that the game is trying to tell. So if you are someone who enjoys cozy little games with a great story, I suggest having
your favorite beverage and sitting down with this beautiful little gem and take it in for all of its worth. I will admit it was hard for me to stop playing the game, but as I only wanted to present a taste to you all, I would highly recommend you try out Behind
the Frame for yourself. You will not be disappointed at all.
If you would like to play Behind the Frame for yourself, you can purchase the game or try it before
you buy it by picking up the demo during the Indie Arena Booth 2021 Event which is going on from August 25, 2021 - August 29, 2021. You can also try out the Demo during the Indie Houses Event which takes place between August 31, 2021 - September 7, 2021. I
am not sure if the demo will be available after that time so if you like what you see of the gameplay be sure to wishlist the game on steam if you enjoy it as well:
Free to Play Demo
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