Anodyne - an adventure through a dream world [Video Game]

Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by Twitch1, Feb 18, 2013.

  1. In Anodyne, you explore and fight your way through nature, urban and abstract themed areas in the human Young's subconscious, evoked by a 16-bit-era visual style and a moody, dream-like soundtrack.

    Sean Hogan (audio, programming) and Jonathan Kittaka (art, writing) created Anodyne. As a team they are called "Analgesic Productions".

    You have multiple options to obtain this game that are all sanctioned by the 2 man team who created Anodyne.

    Option 1: Purchase on their official site or by way of an indirect method on their site. Also take a moment to up-vote Anodyne on Steam Greenlight.

    Option 2: Official torrent.

    Both of these options are sanctioned by Analgesic Productions. The Official Torrent includes an info.txt that includes this statement:

    ANODYNE TORRENT v 1.505 (2/11/13)

    Hey! This is Sean. I made this game with a friend! Please vote for it on Steam Greenlight ( so we can hopefully get onto Steam. And tell your friends to vote!!! Tell your neighbor! Tell the waiter at your local Chili's! Etc.

    While I of course prefer if you bought Anodyne (as we worked a lot on it), I understand that not everyone is able to purchase it. I guess what's more important is that more people get to experience the game. In any case, if you enjoyed Anodyne and have the funds, feel free to purchase the game from or send me money at . Anodyne was made by two guys - Sean Hogan (me - ) and Jonathan Kittaka ( ). We'd love to continue making games and any financial support we can get helps!

    I also write music, and wrote the 70+ minutes of music for Anodyne. You can stream it and buy it from my Bandcamp: .

    Our website is . Tweet at us or e-mail at , we'd love to hear your thoughts on Anodyne.


    -Sean Hogan

    I personally am seeding the original torrent. I love the game so far and once it is on Steam, I will purchase a copy. I hope to see more positive light shone on these two creative men as they can definitely go far with the support shown by the entire EMC Community, the Minecraft Community, and the gaming community as a whole. :)
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  2. I saw the review for this on Gamespot. It looks really cool.