YesterMorrow by Bitmap Galaxy is a single-player time travelling 2D platformer, mixing action sequences with puzzle elements. Follow the engaging story of Yui, who travels back into the past to save her family and the remnants of a world now trapped in Never-ending Night.
The game was published by Blowfish Studios and together with the Warlocs team we translated the game into several languages.
“Her world – destroyed. Her family – kidnapped. Join our heroine Yui in a desperate attempt to save everything she loved. Learn how to use Everlight, embark on a journey through four islands (Forest, Desert, Ice and Clockwork island) and use time travel to overcome obstacles and access hidden locations. Free your family from the clutches of Shadows! Find out what really happened to the Sun and whether it can be reversed.”
Vampires Dawn 3: The Crimson Realm by Marlex is the third installment of the popular vampire retro 2D RPG series from Germany. A story full of vampires, blood, and tragic moments awaits you!
I’m happy to have contributed a part to the English translation of the demo and will most likely also be involved in the translation of the full version.
Play the demo on Steam now and add the game to your wishlist! And for all those who don’t know the series yet: Parts 1 and 2 are available for free on the official website: https://vampiresdawn.de/downloads/
“Follow Asgar Serran’s bloody path through a world in which humankind only has the Holy Crusade to prevent extinction. Is there still hope or will the vampires finally conquer the world? And what dark purpose do the ancient Elras have by hunting the vampires mercilessly?”
Takorita Meets Fries by ROSEVERTE is a comedy visual about the love for fries. It features a lot of animated characters, three endings, and of course a lot of fries.
Take on the role of Takorita in this funny story and experience wild and hilarious situations with a touch of romance. The game is now also available in German!
“In Tako Kingdom, deep under the sea, soup is an everyday, common meal. Princess Takorita is deeply dissatisfied with this food culture and demands a new dish which can spice up her life. She decides to go up to the land together with the merman “Mer” as her guard. On the land, Princess Takorita meets the humans Dino and Ina. The culture differences greatly surprise the princess. Then, finally, she has her fated encounter with the “french fries”.🍟🍟🍟
…Is that all? No, that’s not all! French fries might look simple, but there’s more to it. Princess Takorita continues her adventure to make the fries more and more tasty! Her journey is far from over. Even finding her long-lost grandfather is only a small part of her adventure.”
Midnight Scenes: The Goodbye Note by Octavi Navarro is a special edition of the critically acclaimed short game and the second episode in the series; the first episode was recently published as a special edition. The roughly 15-minute-long adventure game with atmospheric black-and-white pixel art is inspired by horror and mystery shows from the 1960s such as Twilight Zone and Outer Limits.
“In tonight’s episode of Midnight Scenes, we follow Dr. Richard P. Griffin during the scariest journey of his life. Welcome to a dimension of horror. Welcome to Midnight Scenes.”
Jisei by sakevisual is the first visual novel in a planned five-part series. The first three parts have already been released and the fourth one will probably follow soon. The first part is now officially available in German for the first time (with English voice acting).
You probably know sakevisual from RE: Alistair. However, Jisei is a mystery novel, in which you have to unmask a murderer.
The game has now been ported by Ratalaika Games for consoles and is now available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. If you like it, leave a rating so that the next installments will also be available in German in the future!
“A teenager with no name and no home wanders from one city to the next, burdened by the weight of his extraordinary ability. When he is accused of murdering a woman that he’s never met, he sets out to prove his innocence and find the true killer. The investigation quickly takes a turn for the complicated when a strange voice appears in his head, warning him to watch his step. Search for clues, interrogate witnesses, and find a murderer. Even with your extra abilities, it will still take solid facts and logic to prove your innocence!”
Midnight Scenes: The Highway by Octavi Navarro is a special edition of the critically acclaimed short game. The roughly 15-minute-long adventure game with atmospheric black-and-white pixel art is inspired by horror and mystery shows from the 1960s such as Twilight Zone and Outer Limits.
“Claire Barnes is about to discover what kind of horrors lurk in the darkness of a deserted road. Welcome to a dimension of horror. Welcome to Midnight Scenes.”
The game is now available on Steam – of course with German subtitles. If you liked the prologue, please support the project on Kickstarter: Saint Kotar.
“Follow the fear of Benedek Dohnany and Nikolay Kalyakin and play the onset of a dark and chilling narrative adventure. Make decisions and affect the events that precede a macabre series of murders, allegedly related to devil worship and witchcraft.”
Family Man by Broken Bear Games is a dark, story-led RPG that asks the question: When pushed to the limits of your own morality, how far would you go for the sake of your family?
Together with the Tolma4 Team I contributed a part to the German translation. The game is now available on Steam!
“You owe money to the mob, and you’ve got three weeks to pay it back. Will you flip burgers and earn an honest living while scraping the money together… or will you take on some dirty jobs for more cash, but potentially push your family away?
Every decision you make affects everyone around you. The neighborhood will blossom or perish under the weight of your decisions, while the path you choose may lead to your household becoming stronger than ever… or the breakdown of your marriage and relationship with your child.”
VirtuaVerse by Theta Division is a cyberpunk point & click adventure set in a future not so far away narrating tales of technomancers, AR graffiti writers, hacker groups, tribes of cryptoshamans, digital archeology, epic cyberwars, and virtual reality debauchery.
The Warlocs team translated the game into several languages; I was responsible for the German localization.
“In a future not so far away, one Artificial Intelligence prevailed above all other AIs and their governments. Society has migrated to a permanently integrated reality connected to a single neural network that continuously optimizes people’s experiences by processing personal data. Nathan, an outsider still refusing to comply with the new system, makes a living off the grid as a smuggler of modded hardware and cracked software. Geared with his custom headset, he is among the few that can still switch AVR off and see reality for what it is. He shares an apartment in the city with his girlfriend Jay, a talented AVR graffiti writer whose drones have been bit-spraying techno-color all over the augmented space in the city. Waking up one morning, Nathan discovers that Jay disappeared overnight, but not before leaving a cryptic message on their bathroom mirror. Having accidentally broken his custom headset, Nathan is now disconnected and determined to find out what happened to Jay, but he soon finds himself tangled up in an unexpected journey involving Jay’s hacker group and a guild of AVR technomancers. Travelling around the world, he’ll have to deal with hardware graveyards, digital archeology, tribes of cryptoshamans, and virtual reality debauchery.”
Escape: The Brother’s Saloon by Woodcrest Games is a escape the room game, where you must find clues and solve puzzles. Will you escape from the Brother’s Saloon? With Level Up Translation I translated the game into German. It is now available on Steam.
“You’ve been trapped in a mysterious building by your missing brother Joseph, who has recently been involved in some shady business deals. It’s up to you to find a way out; sharp eyes and a level head will aid you in your quest. Inspired by games like We Were Here and real life escape rooms.”