0°N 0°W (pronounced "Zero North, Zero West") is now available
on Steam, offering
an action/adventure for Windows with abstract psychedelic graphics.
This trailer mixes
live action footage with gameplay to show off this surreal experience. Here's
A first person surreal exploration adventure of visual auditory
A cross country road trip strands you in a mysterious town lost amidst towering
mesas and swaying dunes, will you beckon the glowing call of its lone storefront
and embark on a fantastical multidimensional walkabout through space and time?
Experience a beautiful environment where nothing is what it seems, a cosmic
labyrinth where doors always lead to different destinations, an anomalous zone
where mass gingerly defies gravity, a universe of inspiration, of dreams:
Experience 0°N 0°W .
Entirely non linear gameplay in an awe-inspiring
open world where everything you see is accessible. There are no barriers or
invisible walls to block your curiosity; walk to the very edge of the world
to see what happens...
A minimalist reinterpretation of modern gameplay
mechanisms that eliminates loading screens, user interfaces, inventories,
skill trees, stats, quick time events, puzzles, etc. This is gameplay
distilled to its very essence with the sole objective to explore in wonder!
A randomized level progression system that
provides a different journey each time you play. All the levels are
artistically hand crafted with love, however the manner in which all these
levels come toguether changes continuously; giving each player a unique
experience. So not only can you share and relate with your friends about the
sights and places in this strange universe, but your journey is entirely
This is a peaceful adventure apt for all ages; There are no representations
of violence, threats or mature themes of any sort :)
An evocative musical soundtrack composed of
cascading arpeggios and vast soundscapes to get lost in.
This is not a guided tale, but an introspective
journey through an otherwordly reality. It is an experience to enjoy!
Photosensitive epileptic seizures warning! A small
percentage of people may experience a seizure when exposed to certain visual
images, including flashing lights or patterns that appear in videogames.
If your game title needs a pronunciation guide after its title you're doing it wrong. It's crazy that indie devs still don't get this. You re already facing an impossibly over-saturated market as it is; having a stupid name just makes it that much more likely your game will get overlooked.
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