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Three: Twenty One, also called 3:21, is an independent single-player adventure game developed by small team of gaming industry veterans and volunteers. 


3:21 is divided into smaller adventure games or programs that act as a way to open a dialog with the player and encourage interaction and exploration. Unlike other games, 3:21 doesn't aim to progressively become more challenging, (neither through mechanics or difficulty) instead it evolves through player progression and the challenges give way to a maturing story-telling system. Through the player's interactions with these basic functioning adventure programs that serve as a timeline of events, they discover what 3:21 is really about and just how real games can get.

Why is it FREE?

The game was developed to bring awareness to Winston's Wish, a UK-based charity that supports bereaved children. Following the passing of a close family member, who worked as a senior programmer at Creative Assembly, Franco began developing 3:21 as a homage.

The team has worked nearly 3 years on this project and really appreciates donations on our JustGiving page which supports Winston's Wish: justgiving.com/fundraising/threetwentyone

If you want to support our cause then you have multiple options available:

1. Select a price greater than 0 for this package

2. Buy the soundtrack over here: https://mwc.itch.io/three-twen... 

 Read more how we donate 100% of our proceeds to Winston's Wish: http://mwc.vision/blog/321-DLC...


More information

Published 45 days ago
StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows, macOS
PublisherMWC
AuthorMWC
GenreAdventure
Tags2D, 3D, Abstract, Experimental, puzzle, Puzzle-Platformer
LicenseAll rights reserved
Asset licenseAll rights reserved
Average sessionAbout a half-hour
LanguagesEnglish
InputsKeyboard, Mouse

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three-twenty-one-windows.zip 1 GB
three-twenty-one-osx.zip 1 GB

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