Snapdragon (Jan Orlowski, 2019)
Snapdragon is a puzzle adventure game about recreating photos on an abandoned island. Use the old photos to determine where they were taken and recreate them with your camera. The island has experienced many changes, so figuring out where the photo was taken will be a challenge.
thanks Matteo Bittanti for the tip!
A Brand New Camera (Fernando Ramallo, 2018).
Thank you for your purchase! You are now the owner of a brand new Digital Still Camera.
Explore and capture your surroundings with the future of digital imaging.
320×240 resolution with 128 shades of luminance.
Digital viewfinder with Composition Assist®
4X Digital Zoom
DRAM internal memory with JPG storage
Power: 0.075 W; Processor: 5 MIPs;
Memory: 7,497,984 bits;
IMG_20180226 (Crawlspace, 2018) is a short story game about taking a picture of the moon.
itch.io link: https://crawlspacestudio.itch.io/img-20180226
Bug Game (Grace Bruxner, 2017) part of 3 Game Pack
#nofilter (jekagames, 2017)
A picture-taking toy where you take snapshots from a bedroom and post pictures to an Instagram clone with randomly selected captions and hashtags. Made for GAMERella 2017 with Jess Marcotte, Serena Fisher, and Diana Lazzaro.
screenshot from game, played on 2018-07-05 (online)
Specter Snap (Tim Ned Atton, 2015)
You’re a walking exorcist camera, out to save the world by snapping ghosts. Take a spooky close-up or zoom out to capture large swaths of ectoplasmic baddies. Jump around to get the best shots, for the most points. Only you can prevent a spectral selfie epidemic!
screenshots from game, played on 2018-07-05 (online)
The Polaroid (Christopher Ng, Conrad Fay, Michael Lee, Kenneth Ng, Spencer Lee, 2016) submitted to Ludum Dare 36 (August 26th-29th, 2016)
Inside a mysterious room with no door, you seek a way to get out. A set of polaroid photos on the wall hint at the story of this room’s past. With only an old polaroid camera in hand, you must solve the puzzle of each photo by matching them to the scene.
The Polaroid is a puzzle game that connects the past and present through a supernatural take on the polaroid-within-a-polaroid fad.
From Light (Faffinabout, 2017)
From Light is a 2D puzzle platformer that uses photography-inspired mechanics to light-paint your own platforms and rescue your lost penpal.
This short demo allows you to:
- Freeze portions of the world with Freeze Frame
- Light-paint your own platforms with Long Exposure
- Solve challenging puzzles
- Discover Paradise 252-B and its inhabitants
Pictura (budha, 2017)
Pictura is a photography game where you use you phone as a window into different worlds. Take pictures to trigger events, find creatures, and progress through different settings.
Pictura is an exploration game where your phone acts as a window to a virtual world, supporting both touch and accelerometer controls
Using a virtual camera as a main gameplay mechanic, Pictura has you taking pictures which you can then sell to upgrade your camera, adopt new pets and travel to new locations. Each world is littered with hidden events, triggers, puzzles, simple story elements and easter eggs for you to find.
Pictura has a general calm vibe combined with a few adventurous moments. The visual style is driven by photography elements, meaning it is rich in post-effects. Different lenses, filters and camera can help personalize the look and feel of each pic.
Each world has its unique setting, challenges and moments of awe. Following a semi-episodic format, a new world will present its own set of challenges, puzzles, surprises, visual style and minimalist story line.