Elegy for a Dead World Crack/Patch

Elegy for a Dead World Three portals to long-dead civilizations await you. Your job is to explore these worlds, write about what you find, and share your stories with the rest of the universe. Other players will read what you write and assess it. Your goal is to write something so moving that a thousand others applaud you. Each of the three worlds was inspired by the works of a British Romance-era poet: Shelley, Keats, and Byron.

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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 67 / 100
User rating
6.1
Downloads 779
Genre General, Adventure, Text
Company / Developer
Dejobaan Games / Popcannibal

Elegy for a Dead World reviews ( 3 )

TheWaffle, Dec 18, 2014

I'm hesitant to write a review with the game only out one week, since so much of it relies on the community contributing content. I love the idea and have found the game genuinely motivating, and it helps spark creativity. But I'm skeptical with only three worlds to explore and only a dozen or so writing prompts. This feels like a good first step toward a grander experiment. This sort of game would have been glorious in my high school days, I never found much inspiration when the English teacher took us outside for "free writing." More worlds and more prompts would be great. There are also a handful of buildings you can enter on each world, but they're mostly for show and offer little to the experience (I'd rather have forks in the road that take me to a whole nother part of the world). Also a more streamlined system for revising your own work, it's clunky to have to go back to the same world, or look through each one to find a work that you want to edit/publish. Unfortunately so far I have found no commendable writings by other players, most are bad jokes and attempts to be crude. Hopefully this will change over time as more people submit and rate other works. If you have even a passing interest in writing, this game is a great way to exercise your creativity (it's particularly good for poetry imo).

mujitacaptain, Dec 18, 2014

Elegy for a Dead World may have its issues, but it provides the spark and kindling for a blaze of creativity. It ought to prove plenty of fun for anyone

BasilZero, May 6, 2017

Game: Elegy for a Dead World Genre: Simulation Publisher/Developer: Dejobaan Games, LLC System: Steam (PC) Total Score: 41/100 Value Score: 4.1/10 • Story: 6/10 • Characters: 2/10 • GamePlay: 4/10 • Graphics: 8/10 • Sound: 7/10 • Music: 5/10 • Length: 2/10 • Replay Value: 1/10 • Player Value: 1/10 Pros +Unique style to create your own narration or story which can be read by other players +Fantastic looking visuals and environment +Great sound effects that go well with the enivonrment Cons -Way too short, can be finished in 25-30 minutes -Only 3 worlds that you can visit -No characters, no voice acting and barely any presence of anything "alive" in the game -Barely any content in gameplay -Achievements almost impossible to get due to requirements (1,000 people reading your story)