A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux

Tales of a Lost Mine is a retro styled, inspired by old Game Boy graphics, Metroidvania.

Take control of an adventurer exploring the secrets of a long Lost Mine. Find new gear which will help you overcome obstacles and solve puzzles.

The game will be initially released for Android/iOs, but we will release it on computer too and we are already trying to port the game to desktop anlogside the mobile development. The builds provided here are Debug Builds and they serve us for testing and getting feedback from players. So keep in mind that there may be bugs and a lot of things still will be improved/changed.

The game controls are:

  • A / D - Move left or right
  • W - Jump
  • S - Falls through platforms
  • J - Use the contextual action
  • K - Use selected tools

The game UI has no keyboard support yet, so you will need to click the buttons to navigate through it.

Thanks for trying the debug demo and all feedback are very welcome.

Download

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TalesOfALostMine.zip 21 MB
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TalesOfALostMineLinux.zip 41 MB
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TalesOfALostMineMac.zip 25 MB

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Was this game made with Flutter? 

Yes! Using the Flame engine.

This was a very fun game! I like the retro style to it, one thing I noticed was that all the messages that popped up were very blurry and I wasn't able to read them. It might just be my computer though

Other than that it was a really fun game :D

I don't know if you've heard of Game Development World Championship before (gdwc2019) but it's a competition for indie game developers where they can submit their games and it's free! It's great if you want some more visibility for the game and it only takes a couple of minutes to join :)

Thanks! Yeah, we are aware of the blurred text issue, we are trying to fix that.

We did not knew about gdwc, thanks for letting us know, we will sure take a look.

This is just the demo, we hope to have the full game released soon :D

Thanks again for playing.

Okay! The competition is open until September so there is still time :D