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Been awhile eh? Rest assured Vernacular Games hasn’t died or anything like that, although we did go into hibernation for a short while. We’re getting up to a couple of things now though, posting new songs to our soundcloud, streaming on twitch and making preparations for our next game. If you want to check out some of our new songs you can check the link below:
If you want to catch us on stream you can check out our twitch stream at the link below:
We stream at from 6:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. on Wednesdays and 5:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. on Saturdays. We’re currently focusing on fighting games and related titles, but we’ll be looking into expanding into other genres.
Hey everyone! Red Coat here!
I know it’s been awhile since I last gave all of you Vernacular Faithful an update regarding news and content from us here at Vernacular Games. It’s been a bit hectic in the past few months for all of us both in personal and professional realms.
While I can’t quite say anything concrete just yet, you can know that we’re busy working away on several projects both on the gaming and podcast fronts. I’ll be sure to let you all know when new content is available for you all to peruse as it is completed and posted.
For now, you can check out the Indie Gala Bundle that we’re participating in with our first Steam title, Highway to the Moon at the link below:
10 days left on it, so get it while you can. It’s a steal of a deal.
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Just put the finishing touches on a new website for our first game Highway to the Moon! It comes a little late admittedly, but it was great practice for the work I intend to do for future titles from Vernacular. Not only that, but it’s a great place to direct people to when I tell them about the first game that we at Vernacular ever made.
You can check out the site at the link below:
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Got another odd end from the Vernacular Vault for you. It’s another song from the unreleased title Abstract. Called Solace, this is the base layer of the multi-track song that plays as the player enters the realm of the soul and seeks out the source of the corruption he’s encountered in the body, mind and heart.
You can hear the song on Soundcloud:
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Got another little item from the Vernacular Vault for you. Continuing down the list of songs for the unreleased game Abstract, we come to the theme for stage 3, aka the heart (but not the soul) of the matter. As the player enters into the realm of the heart, they are treated to a celebration of colors and sound, with literal smiles as far as the eye can see. But not all is as it seems, as those smiles quickly turn to jealous scowls whenever the player has good fortune himself.
The song for this stage, Sunset Celebration, is an evocation of the apparently endless celebration that is taking place in the heart. Give it a listen:
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Now that the first season of the Vernacular Podcasts are over, I have the perfect excuse to start uploading random odds and ends to the Facebook, WordPress and Soundcloud sites.
Today’s Odd/End? A song for your listening pleasure. A little diddy from Vernacular Games’ unreleased title known only as Abstract. The song, Body Image, is paired with the first stage of that game, where the player must navigate through a body that has become corrupted due to some unknown force or means, culminating in an encounter with the brain of that body as the player follows the trail of corruption into the Mind.
You can find the song on SoundCloud here:
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At long last, we come to the final post of season one of the Vernacular Podcasts. It’s been a long run to this point, it has finally happened. This particular cast contains a restatement of what Vernacular Games is all about, some of the things we’ve been up to over the past year, and a list of our favorite podcasts for the year.
Looking ahead from now, we’ll be preparing a new set of casts for the next year (going up under a spiffy new name and logo)
So without further ado, you can find the podcast on Soundcloud here: