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Half Past Fate tells a story about the mundane adventures of Connie and Gene, two seemingly ordinary college freshmen who discover that the destiny of the world rests on their shoulders. Off the beaten path of traditional hero arcs, Gene and Connie find themselves with a set of challenges and obstacles to overcome together as they each face their own challenges and overcome them together. Half Past Fate is a follow-up to the critically acclaimed games 3D Life and Volume.
Half Past Fate has an art style similar to that of Cartoon Network’s popular animated shows. As a result, the game has 2D sprites for characters and an overworld represented by 3D environments. These 3D environments also allow for the movement of the characters into and through them by using the new ‘slide-through’ function. In addition to these 3D environments, there are also 1:1 pixel art stills that move in and out of frame through the overworld map during conversations.
Half Past Fate makes use of the Nintendo Switch System’s new slide-through function to allow for seamless movement between the overworld map and battle screens. As characters progress, they can unlock special ‘skill points’ that they can utilize to acquire new powers and items. The story also makes use of the new Quick Play feature, where a password is entered and the story is restarted. This story will be finalized in subsequent updates.
It’s never easy to say goodbye to your favorite characters, but every good story must end eventually. As Gene and Connie say goodbye to the world in Half Past Fate, they know that many aspects will be left unsolved and some holes will remain. The narrative for the game takes on this very aspect.
Any references to real people, places, or events are fictional, and no resemblances are intended.
Connie and Gene have been created by Chris Kuklewicz.
About the Developer:
Kirexus Studio is a newly formed studio, created with the goal of putting games out that make people smile. We live and breathe games and graphic design, and hope that they both can be expressed to the best extent possible. When we started working on Half Past Fate, the idea of the game was very much based on Chris’ own personal experiences. For example, it was about the game in which he found himself surrounded by people who he couldn’t trust (and to whom he couldn’t trust in return). We wanted the game to show a positive take on such a
After a sudden incident, an unknown energy surge takes place. Unfortunately, the world’s landmarks start to crumble in a fashion unusual to them. The team rushes to the burning Triage Shelter, and suddenly one of the members of the 4-person team, Lily, gets teleported away to somewhere else while the others are left behind. One day she suddenly appears to inform the team that they have to hurry because their friend, the creator of the Triage Shelter, is near death.
As Lily is en route to rescue the creator, fate interferes once again. Amidst the chaos, a wave of energy crash lands onto the doorstep of the scientist, who sadly dies because of it.
The remaining members of the team then have to race against time to leave the shelter, rescue Lily, and get to her destination before it’s too late…
Half Past Fate is a 2D Platform game by Pipeworks.
Experience a story driven platforming adventure through beautiful settings, in a gameplay that is totally focused on the art.
A colorful graphics style with hand-drawn animation based on artistic and charming pixel art.
Use the new pixel-art character called “Sakura” to add a splash of color to your rescue mission.
Two languages to choose from: Japanese and English.
Stunning soundtrack by Afterburn
All-new, free music inspired by the game’s tale.
All-new, original scenario by acclaimed Visual Novel writer Genyo Takeda.
Save your progress at any time in the middle of the game.
As a studio based in Seattle, Pipeworks creates original, innovative entertainment experiences for PC and mobile devices, with a strong focus on Japanese culture.
A year ago, we launched our first big expansion, Bring Me the Horizon. Now, with our latest and biggest update, Addict, we bring you our second big expansion. This all new update brings over 5 hours of new content. Play a brand new game type, the OMNOMACHINE, play the new boss battle, the OMNIPOTENT, or try out a new mode, OMNIDO. Also, with the new Candy Land run mode, try to get as many tickets as possible. You can win amazing prizes with every ticket.
With over 30 new items to unlock and play with, this update is a must for fans!
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Deep in the uppermost reaches of the thin air of the European stratosphere, Capt. Tobias is navigating the spaceship Half Past Fate through the moving clouds of Jupiter. Even in space, the captain still has trouble maintaining his footing, and sometimes he falls off the beam and can only cling to a handhold for his life.
Sometimes he leaps free of the beam entirely, but it isnt like he was ejected by an alien monster or anything. Then the beam crushes his finger, he jumps free, and falls back onto the beam again.
The ship was supposed to get to the edge of the universe in an hour, but Tobias is out of shape and their fuel is low, so its been nearly six hours already.
Until earlier today, the crew of the ship was just enjoying coffee and sunbathing after a difficult and exhausting battle, but with a full tank of gas they decided it was time for another.
A full two cups later, somebody made the mistake of looking down, and they ended up in the middle of Jupiter, stuck.
I’ve been playing through Half Past Fate as I write this article, and its delightful, like a breath of fresh air, as if I were reading a really good story with a living, three-dimensional protagonist. In fact, it’s like I’m reading a really good story with an anime character as a protagonist, only there’s no cel shading in the anime.
The characters are well-written and engaging, the backgrounds are pleasant to look at, and the dialogue is funny and sweet. It’s colorful, it’s charming, and it’s all kinds of adorable.
Originally, this was a game about a former video game company man who discovers he had a son but never knew him, and thought he was just some rich guy’s baby, so he had nothing to do with him.
But then I thought about how he got that way, and decided to write another story where a guy who thinks he’s the star character of a game gets cast out of his job, into a crazy world where he must hunt down the one man who was so cruel to him, and rescue a little girl who has a lot of need of rescue.
So instead of just another video game adaptation, I decided to call it Half Past Fate, and this is the result of that decision. But I kept the main character’s name and the plot elements of the other game, so you can tell which game it is.
Half Past Fate is the fourth studio album by American Christian rock band Casting Crowns. It was released on December 14, 2001, by Word Records and consists of 10 original songs. The lyrics of lead single «Bless the Broken» were inspired by the disappearance and murder of 15-year-old Amiee «Melissa» Leigh from Fresno, California. The album is the band’s first to chart on the Billboard 200, peaking at No. 159 and spending two weeks on the chart. It also peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Christian Albums and No. 2 on the Heatseekers Albums charts.
Half Past Fate and Ten (2001) were part of a deal with Word which saw the two albums split into two separate Christmas albums one year apart. This was decided because in 2001, the band’s previous studio album, Close to Home, failed to be released before Christmas. After the album was ready, CD sales dropped, and the album did not sell as well as their other albums. The decision was made to split the faith-themed album into two albums since it had done more damage than good for the sales in the mainstream market. Despite the negative reception of Close to Home, the albums did well for a band who had not yet been on the Billboard 200 and topped many Christian music charts, such as the Hot Christian Albums and Heatseekers Albums charts. The band did however suffer under the new trend for such albums, as word of mouth was no longer first hand, and a majority of what the band saw about the album came from their peers. The album became the band’s first to chart on the Billboard 200, peaking at No. 159 and spending two weeks on the chart.
The band toured extensively for the album. Prior to creating the album, the band saw a need to play live more often and that touring was the only way for them to do so. While the band was waiting for the record to be released, frontman Mark Hall was part of rock show band The Newsboys. The band was signed to hold a record label, which in turn gave them the financial stability to tour as often as they would like.
Full-time touring began shortly after the release of Half Past Fate. This was partly because the band needed to use every minute of an extensive tour to make money so they could keep touring. The studio started with the band writing the album’s songs, using a process called »
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To fully enjoy the game, the recommended specs are:
OS: Windows Vista or later (32 or 64 bit)
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 @ 3.00 GHz
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 8800GTS / ATI Radeon HD 4870
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Hard Drive: 8 GB available space
Additional: MSDN version of the Windows SDK or Visual Studio 2005 (or higher)
Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c