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Deer Man

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"It’s a story about guilt, sacrifice and the love of wildlife…"

Deer Man is a short Interactive storytelling experience. In the winters of 2015, Jacob took a break from his busy and noisy life by visiting his parents in America. Sticking to his usual routine, he took his first morning run in the nearby woods. It was freezing and extremely quiet but Jacob wasn't alone.

You play as Jacob's memory, where you will have an incredible encounter with Deer Man & the dark side of his love for the wildlife.

So, are you ready for a run?

Key Features

  • An original story Inspired from the wildlife, The Virunga National Park in Congo, where rangers are risking their lives to protect morning gorillas and the rest of the wildlife from the poachers.
  • Find items, examine and dive in with the emotions as the story unfolds.
  • Take the experience to another level with Oculus DK2 + CV1 (Supported & Tested)
  • Beautiful Soundtrack by Mahesh Raghvan
Release date
Red Mount Media
Red Mount Media
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 8 (64 bit)
  • Processor: Intel Core i3
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Intel(R) HD Graphics 4000
  • Storage: 900 MB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Translated by
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I AM THE DEER MAN! ... Woman! Beautiful Experience for half an hour. I really liked it. :) There's not much to talk about is n relatively short game. Just play yourself. You can do nothing wrong for the Price. And if you should have to consider, then just wait for ' n Sale. Recommended. ♡
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-Graphics are black-white and stand in the Eyes-"Trees" all look the same (Strokes in the Landscape), deer all look the same (unrealistic as the Rest of the Game)-There's nothing to discover, you just flip over white Surfaces-No Interaction options with The Environment, except what to pick up-The "Story" Of the Game is hang cloths-game has already crashed after a short Time and I got the Error Message "build.exe no longer works"-It does not save the Progress Conclusize: Except motion Sickness and Frustration expected No one here
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Disoriented through the barren Deer Man forest is supposed to be a Game designed for the sake of Wildlife. In the roughly three-quarter-hour Experience, we explore a quiet, wintry forest Where some strange Things happen. The Game tells a thin but fundamentally quite interesting Story, which takes a clear position on the Topics of Hunting and Wildlife. All in all, however, the Pakistani Developer Red Mount Media is making it a little too easy for itself here and seems to be too much of a flatkeeping of the Complex Topic of the hunt for my Feeling. Although the Story has quite one or two somewhat more emotional Moments, so ultimately I couldn't really identify with the Characters or the Message. Now, of course, the Views and Opinions here are different And everyone should draw their own conclusion to Message, but personally the perspective of the Game on the Subject areas has not really taken me any further. Even playfully, Deer Man remains very superficial. In most Cases, we are also Mistaken due to poor Player leadership in search of the next exploration Location through the very sparsely equipped forest. There are also a few other Game mechanics, such as Solving an extremely simple Puzzle, but the Game is clearly focused on Telling its Story. Stylistically, I still liked Deer Man the most. There is not Much to discover in the Playing Areas, but the reduced Style combined with the slow Tempo and the subtle soundscape can create a relaxing Feeling of Isolation. Another Minus Point: The VR implementation for the Oculus Rift made a rather opaque and hairy impression on me, so I preferred to play the Game classically on the Desktop. Conclusion Deer Man tries to sensitize the Player with a clear Message for The protection of Wildlife, but this is how really the Bill is neither narrative nor playful. The implementation of VR also cannot convince. Rating 59
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