Works on: Windows 10 | Windows 8.1 | Windows 8 | Windows 2012 File Format: zip
SHA1 Hash: 45db4ca7ff1f320bd213d7aa0a720896cb191fcb Game Platform: PC | Windows
Size: 39.48 MB
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Downloads: 733 License: Free
Capacity is a free game by Renee Blair and works on Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 2012.
You can download Capacity which is 39.48 MB in size and belongs to the games category Exploration, Casual, Action/Adventure. Capacity was last updated on 2017-04-27 and is currently at version 1.
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Judging by how many books, music albums, movies, and video games are out there, it would be fair to assume that there are just as many ideas one can write or sing about. However, although itâ€™s not immediately obvious, most stories boil down to the same basic concepts: love, redemption, revenge, etc. The beautiful thing is that the journey to the same destinations can be enthralling every time if you choose a different path.
A journey for love and acceptance
Capacity is a top-down adventure game with a few visual novel elements, a disorienting story and a bleak visual style. All of these things work together to create a unique atmosphere, and although the game probably wonâ€™t alter your lifetime beliefs on anything, it might make you think for a while. On the other hand, itâ€™s a pretty short experience, and itâ€™s not very interactive either.
The story puts you in the role of a girl named Michelle, although you have the option to change it to anything you wish. Her drama seems to be about the boy she loves, and itâ€™s pretty fuzzy whether he feels the same or not. Half the game takes place in some sort of alternative reality in which monsters roam around freely, and each one of them has a warning for the girl.
Choose your path through dialog
The visual novel elements come into play when dialog is involved, because sometimes you can choose to say one thing or the other. This affects the story somehow, although you need multiple playthroughs to see the actual effects of your choices. There are some bugs you have to watch out for as well, some of which might prevent you from seeing the text all the time.
Speaking of which, the visual design is exquisite, or at least very impressive considering what the developer had to work with. The artwork is engaging, albeit slightly repetitive in some areas, and the bleak color theme is perfect for the type atmosphere generated by the story. Thereâ€™s some music playing in the background as well, which helps even more with the mood.
A great way to alter your state of mind
In the end, Capacity is the kind of experience that leaves you pretty sad, but itâ€™s not horrible or too depressing either. Hence, if you think you can handle a bit of sadness and you do not mind hearing about the curse of love every other few seconds, this can be a great way to spend a few minutes.