AWESOME. Skill power, your graphyc technique is amazing!
Hello! It's your turn to operate the scenic railway. The local town cats would love to join you for the ride too, if that's ok.
Short Trip is the first instalment in a collection of interactive illustrations created for the web. It has been created as a study into capturing the essence of graphite on paper within a digital context, and to learn more about web-based graphics technologies. Short Trip will run on most devices supporting WebGL, including mobile devices.
The original release was made at alexanderperrin.com.au/paper/shorttrip
Due to the current limitations of both WebGL technologies and my understanding of them, there’s bound to be issues found here and there. If you’ve found something particularly odd and have a spare few minutes it would be greatly appreciated if you tell me about it either via itch or here. At the moment there’s a few known issues particularly relating to Android support. I hope that these will improve with time.
Regardless, I hope that you enjoy your journey.
- Left Key: Move left
- Right Key: Move right
- Space bar: Ring the bell
- Hold left side of screen: Move left
- Hold right side of screen: Move right
- Tap on the tram: Ring the bell
Thank you to my family, friends, and cat.
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This game is fantastic!!! I really like it <3
Review and thinkpiece in Russian
Really cool game! Loved the art and the music! Excited to see what comes next :D
Very nice to look at and so relaxing to play.
Whao, I love this art style, Are you draw with pencil then scan them?
Oh my 147 days ago! I'm sorry I obviously don't come around to Itch all that often. Yes the world is drawn in pencil first, then scanned into Photoshop where it's trimmed and laid out in the scene.
Thanks so much!
Fantastic work! An incredible minimalist game on a fabulous illustration plenty of little details. Thanks a lot for create this and for share with us free!
I took the liberty of making your gem of a tram journey video into a 7 hour screensaverl.
I had a play of "Short Trip" and I have to say that I thought it was exquisite. An amazing little piece so well produced and I was so mesmerized I spent 35 minutes playing it. I loved the little animations and noticed all the animations in the background. This is another example of some of the great work being released by developers and I kinda think that this could be either blown into a full game or expanded to included other titles such as Beatrix Potter or Winnie the Pooh. I did a walkthrough and I hope you enjoy it. Feel free to use it how you feel and there is another video coming but I won't tell you what is yet.
I'm not sure if you are aware of this but the video has had nearly 1k of views in the last 7 days.
*We want more*We want more*We want more*We want more*We want more*We want more*We want more*We want more*We want more* lol
Thank you so much for both the kind words and the lovely videos. I'm so happy you enjoyed it! I would most love to extend this game into something more, and I think I will be doing so in the future when time permits.
Thanks again for everything!
Whoa ! Just perfect, I love the landscape, the sound, it was a great experience ! Thanks
The illustrations were wonderful! I really loved the details placed into it as well, like how the bar on the cable would move up and down if the train were to go up or down a hill. The sounds were really soothing as well. I also found the "walk" animation to be super cute.
I like the illustrations and the sound-effects was like a triple chocolate glaze over a chocolate glazed, chocolate filled, chocolate covered, chocolate wrapped, with a chocolate cherry on top chocolate cake-volcano with chocolate fondue layers, that erupts chocolate. Overall i give it a 4/5 for gameplay experience.
Wow this is really nice! Awesome work! The attention to detail is impressive -things like making the arm on top of the train car extend/retract for hills were an unexpected surprise :D
Beautiful! The sound effects really make it feel alive! One thing I did note, controls wise (on PC), is that there is no delay between bell rings. If you hold space the bell sound plays as quickly as the repeat rate is set on the computer.
Very nicely done! Illustrations were beautiful (loved when trees and other pieces of scenery partially obscured the tram) and it was calming overall. Hope to see more.