A journaling game where you play as the last of the winterwalkers. You are responsible for carrying winter on your shoulders; at the night of the Solstice, you have a moment of respite, to perform your ritual and to dream. Each sentence you write represents a minute in the game, and in the end, you decide whether to carry on or let go. I love how poetic this game is, and the fact that things are left intentionally ambiguous for the player's imagination.
A downloadable game
Happy Rebel Tapestries presents...
You were winterwalkers. You brought the changing of the seasons like a blanket across the sky. Snow followed your footsteps, sleep your breaths. All was as it was meant to be.
Now that they’re gone, the summers grow longer. The sun slinks slower across the sky. The heat becomes unbearable. The only moment of respite is this one night: the Solstice.
You’ve come to bring the winter on your shoulders and the cold winds on your back. It feels like an uncarriable weight, but you cannot let it go.
So you pause, at the crescendo of the night, to look back. To see everything that has been left behind. To dream of colder, kinder days.
You have one hour.
In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $5 USD. You will get access to the following files: