[...] come down from his tower, and not go back up!
I was feeling very badly today, so I read a Rumi poem, and made a train wreck about it.
Awesome! I loved the tortured, flailing movement, and the particle tears. I also love the disorienting, cramped camera angle that the game starts with. This makes me want to try a 3rd person game.
Definitely do it! Unity's physics engine made it surprisingly easy to set up an emotive little avatar rig.
i'm finding it impossible to navigate, is this normal?
Rumi is a great poet and I love that you made a game about it. I also like Kahlil Gibran, have you heard of him?
It shouldn't be impossible to navigate, but it is a little hard to get it going. You have to wrestle the priest by wrenching him left and right as you pull back.
I've heard the name Kahlil Gibran, but I haven't read anything by him! Is there anything in particular that you recommend?
The Madman is pretty good. You can find it on project Gutenberg.
interesting thingy, i liked it