Beliefs, a video game created by LISAA students, is a candidate on Steam!
Beliefs, a video game made by students at LISAA Paris, is a candidate to be selected for release on the gaming platform Steam.
A VIDEO GAME MADE AT LISAA
Beliefs is a point and click adventure game, made as part of the 2014-2015 3-D Video Game course programme at LISAA Paris, created by Antoine Istria, Michèle Boyer, Théophile Pawlak, Marie Briand, Benjamin Gouloumes and Gieum Dasanayake.
It was submitted for free downloading on the gaming platform Steam. In order for access to this facility to be granted, Steam users must vote for the game. Feel free to support the project by clicking here.
A FUN-FILLED EXPERIENCE
Cath’Cerd is a vet living in Berula, a nice little island village where strange things happen: when a certain number of people believe in something, it becomes a reality! Because of this, Cath must stop a soap bubble that is surrounding her village from being burst by spiked flying sheep, bringing about the Big Splash and the end of the world. To do this she is helped by Wylan, her pet raccoon.
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