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Dyscourse free update 'Indie Island' out now

Formerly known as 'Indie Plane Crash'
Jun 11
During Dyscourse's Kickstarter campaign, the team at Owlchemy came up with a cool idea: take the basic idea of a bunch of weirdos stuck on a desert island and use indie game developers instead. They are probably still weirdos...

Review: Dyscourse

Choose wisely
Apr 06
[Disclosure: I backed Dyscourse on Kickstarter.] A common thread in new school adventure and role-playing games is the emphasis on player choice, with an implied promise that through individual decisions players can build a u...

Dyscourse is a survival game that's light on survival

It's also not Early Access
Mar 05
Owchemy Labs’ Alex Schwartz is one of the bravest men I know. In the midst of GDC, perhaps the most inside baseball-heavy of all conventions, he told a member of the press that Dyscourse was a "survival game." Of c...

Dyscourse really does take player choice into account

Choose your own misadventure
Apr 23
While scoping out titles in the Indie MEGABOOTH at PAX East, I ran into long time Destructoid community member Andrew Benton, and we continued to look at games together. Dyscourse was on my list to play, so we both started up...

Psychological island adventure Dyscourse funded

Owlchemy Labs hits $40,000 Kickstarter goal
Dec 05
Just about a month ago we got our first look at Dyscourse, which has not only a distinctive art style but also a pitch that could potentially demonstrate the strengths of interactive narratives over the more linear stories th...

Dyscourse's bonus story is a who's who of indie devs

Tim Schafer, Edmund McMillen, Rami Ismail, Adam Saltsman, and more
Nov 18
Progress on Dyscourse has been moving along, though perhaps a bit slowly. The Kickstarter campaign is about one-third funded with 18 days remaining. Hoping to spark some more interest in the project, developer Owlchemy Labs h...

Dyscourse takes branching paths on a desert island

Owlchemy Labs turns to Kickstarter for funding
Nov 07
Jack Lumber developer Owlchemy Labs has a new project in the pipeline, with a similar visual style but completely different mechanics. Dyscourse stars Rita, an overeducated barista who finds herself involved in an unfortunat...

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