The Master's Pupil: A Hand-Painted Puzzle Adventure Game that took 7 Years to Complete

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The Master's Pupil: A Hand-Painted Puzzle Adventure Game that took 7 Years to Complete
The Master's Pupil

The Master’s Pupil, a remarkable solo game project by developer Pat Naoum, is set to make its debut on July 28th. The game has been in the works for an astonishing seven years, and what makes it truly exceptional is that it has been entirely hand-painted using actual paint and brushes, rather than digital tools or stylus devices.

This puzzle adventure game offers players a unique and immersive experience as they journey into the eye of the legendary master artist, Claude Monet. Set against the backdrop of Monet's life, players will be able to explore the intricacies of his iris and witness his artistic genius up close. Throughout the game, players will be challenged to solve puzzles that mirror the challenges Monet faced in his own life, such as dealing with the loss of his wife, Camille, and battling the cataracts that threatened to impair his vision and artistic ability.

Nearly every aspect of the game has been meticulously created with real paint and brushes before being digitally imported into the game world. This unique approach to game development not only ensures stunning visuals but also captures the essence of Monet's artistic style, making it a visually stunning experience.

Navigating intricate 3D locations, players will gain insights into the artist's life and creative journey. Additionally, the game boasts a rich soundscape composed by indie composer Steven W Schouten.

Whether you're a fan of puzzle games, art, or biographical narratives, The Master’s Pupil is shaping up to be a must-play game.

You can find the game on Steam here.

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