A five minute voyage at sea in search of the sunset

by Colorfiction



Game name: Becalm

Developer: Colorfiction

Release Date: January 17, 2019

Platforms: Windows, OSX & Linux

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Specs: 2GHZ+ CPU, 4GB RAM, 6GB HDD, DirectX 11

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Becalm is a relaxing experience where you drift in a sailboat through magical waters. This is a special boat, you won't have to steer, worry about logistics, capsizing or pirates. In this trip the goal is to relax and... becalm!

  • A five minute journey.

  • Bright and dreamy watercolor aesthetics.

  • An awesome synthesizer ensemble cascading through field recorded soundscapes.

  • Every time you play it selects a different journey.

  • 3 destinations (more to come).

  • Endless mode, so you can leave it running in the background while working or relaxing.




"It’s a game about taking five minutes to yourself and providing a calm port in the turbulent storm that are our lives" Recommends

"Just beautiful." -Jupiter Hadley, Big Boss Battle.

"Sail the cosmically coloured waters, take in the sights and the sounds." - Kat Brewster, Rock Paper Shotgun.

"I felt nostalgic for a place I had never visited, a deep longing for an experience I had never had. I felt at home in something completely unfamiliar"  -Natalie Watson, Vice.

"Everyone would benefit from five minutes of gentle drifting. Sometimes you don’t need a destination" - Alex Baldwin, Cultured Vultures.

Exhibited in:

2019 - EGX Rezzed, Leftfield Collection, London.



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About developer:

Colorfiction is a video game developer currently stuck in Los Angeles traffic. Their positively received debut title 0°N 0°W was released on March 1 2018, and since nominated for various awards. Colorfiction’s past titles include; 'Nightline', a relaxing meditation on late night commutes; 'The Sands of Voltark', an interactive adventure through an otherworldly planet; and 'AGAIN', a platformer puzzler set in a polymorphic computer simulation.



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