Frasse – Special Edition is here!

Yes! It’s done. Frasse and the Peas of Kejick – Special Edition is now available for download.

The new version of the game runs on Mac OS X as well as Windows (and even Linux, but then you’ll have to get the game engine separately). It also has added voices, improved music and some improved graphics. It still isn’t perfect, but it’s good enough for me to be proud of what I’ve made, and now I can move on to make my next game. (Unless someone finds any bugs in this one.)

Enjoy, and please let me know what you think of it!

10 thoughts on “Frasse – Special Edition is here!

  1. Congrats Trumgottist on the new release. Love the game, especially the little Frasse character. I like the smoothness of the character’s move, I really like the way you use the little Frasse’s character to look, talk, take and use. Great job.

  2. Thanks for Special Edition 🙂 I played the original version years ago and enjoyed it so now I will gladly play this version. I hope Frasse 2 is still in your plans.

    Is there any chance to add some more language versions? I could create a polish translation.

  3. Thanks for your comment.

    The sequel is still likely to happen, even though I haven’t done anything with it since I last posted about it here. I will start my next game project in a not-too-distant future, and that will either be the sequel, or something more exciting. (It’s very likely to be an adventure game in either case.) Watch this blog for updates.

    As for additional translations… It could be done, but please note that doing it probably requires more work than you think. Even though no character is very talkative, it still adds up.

  4. I’m aware that it’s not an easy task since I took part in 2 translations of amateur adventure games 🙂
    So I’m still willing to do that.

  5. thanks for making this special edition i love all of your work

    and i hope you can make the sequel more complicated

  6. Thanks.

    More complicated in terms of story: I’ll certainly try.
    More complicated in terms of puzzles: Most people I’ve heard from thought the middle section in particular was complicated, so I don’t know about that. But I’ll try to make the puzzles interesting and varied.

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  8. Rickard, I played Frasse… and enjoyed it as much as many much fancier games.The characters were interesting because they were genuine, and surprising, the puzzles were engaging and complex enough to keep me interested, and the story wasn’t predictable from conventional experience. It was thoroughly enjoyable. Thank you!

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