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General => Introductions => Topic started by: Nuprahtor on July 16, 2011, 09:26:00 pm

Title: Greetings from Rorschach\Larshe
Post by: Nuprahtor on July 16, 2011, 09:26:00 pm
Hi there!
My name is Ivan and I live in Russia.
One year ago I started to create games with my own conception. This conception called "Rorschach\Larshe".
I wrote a manifesto, which describes the main features of Rorschach\Larshe games. Here are excerpts from the manifesto:
1 - dominant element in a R\L game is an atmosphere.
2 - abstraction and primitivism graphical content (Rorschach)
3 - darkness and symbolism (Larshe)
I call my games "Game Sessions", because they usually short and have strange gameplay (some people say that my game has no gameplay, though)
I think that my Game Session conception is very close to Notgames. I looked this page (, and I found that you prefer to compare Notgames with the classic painting. I tend to compare my games with the paintings of the Surrealists, Impressionists, Cubists. I am not a professional artist, musician or programmer. I just want to create games that I want to create. Also, I am not bother - is games is art or not - I just like this game design approach, and I don`t care how it is called.
You can play my games here - ( I hope you like it.
I think that this forum is interesting place to communicate with others game developers.
Thanks for attention

Title: Re: Greetings from Rorschach\Larshe
Post by: Chris W on July 16, 2011, 10:13:52 pm
You did create some very effective atmosphere in your work, especially with the audio, very cool.  I also like surrealism.

Title: Re: Greetings from Rorschach\Larshe
Post by: Michaël Samyn on July 16, 2011, 11:57:02 pm
Welcome, Nuprahtor.

Another Silent Hill fan! :)

Interesting work!

Title: Re: Greetings from Rorschach\Larshe
Post by: troshinsky on July 17, 2011, 03:02:01 am
Hello Nuprahtor,

I´ve discovered your games some days ago and I really like the path you are exploring. I wanted to write about them here but it´s a nice surprise to see you here already.

Keep up the good work!