A Rite from the Stars – 3D Point & Click Adventure – Kickstarter Launched, Public Demo Available

Risin’ Goat has announced that A Rite from the Stars’ Kickstarter Campaign has just been launched. A Rite from the Stars is a 3D point & click adventure game, and the development team has also released its first public demo.

As the press release reads, A Rite from the Stars’ Kickstarter Campaign features exclusive content for the backers including in-game content like skins, an extra level and a secret area accessible from the beginning of the game. In addition, every supporter will have the opportunity to have a personal star in the game, which will include his or her name and a quote of choice.

Risin’ Goat aims to raise $40K in the next 30 days.

A Rite from the Stars tells the story of Kirm, a mute boy from the Makoa tribe, proud inhabitants of the Mystical Island of Kaikala. At first, Kirm’s goal seems easy: becoming a man. However, the Stars have chosen him to become a legend among his peers. In order to complete his rite of passage he will have to master three paths: Wisdom, Courage and Spirit.

Carlos L. Hernando, Game Designer and Scriptwriter at Risin’ Goat, said:

“We believe that this is a great moment for graphic adventures, a real silver age. And the Goat does not want to miss it! So here we are: bringing our own vision of a genre that has been there when we were growing. We are extremely excited with this project. We’ll release the game for Ouya, PC, Mac, Linux and also for Nintendo Wii U. The Goat thinks that Wii U is a great platform, with many possibilities thanks to its control system.”

Here are the game’s key features:

-3D environment
-Three paths to choose which can be completed in the order desired by the player
-Unique game mechanic and gameplay for each path
-Different endings
-No inventory
-No pixel hunts nor pointless walks

Enjoy!

John Papadopoulos

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