History VideoGame / Drawn

20th May '16 7:04:31 AM Sharlee
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* SymbolDrawingInterface: It's right there in the game title, and makes perfect sense in a Verse where pictures come alive.
21st Nov '15 7:58:26 AM Berrenta
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!! ''{{Videogame/Drawn}}'' contains examples of:

* {{A Child Shall Lead Them}}: The conclusion of ''Dark Flight.''
* {{Arc Symbol}}: In several themes through all three games. Hares, ravens and snails; suns, moons and stars.

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!! ''{{Videogame/Drawn}}'' ''Drawn'' contains examples of:

* {{A Child Shall Lead Them}}: The conclusion of ''Dark Flight.''
* {{Arc Symbol}}:
ArcSymbol: In several themes through all three games. Hares, ravens and snails; suns, moons and stars.



* {{Art Initiates Life}}: Iris and the boy in the third game have this power. Judging from the way many of the puzzles are solved, it's possible the Stranger also has such power, at least to a certain extent.
* {{Badly Battered Babysitter}}: A few notes Franklin left around the tower give somewhat-humorous accounts of how troublesome watching over a little girl who can bring her paintings to life can be.
* {{Broken Bridge}}: There are a fair number of these, including instances of literal broken bridges. You get to the places beyond by solving puzzles.

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* {{Art Initiates Life}}: ArtInitiatesLife: Iris and the boy in the third game have this power. Judging from the way many of the puzzles are solved, it's possible the Stranger also has such power, at least to a certain extent.
* {{Badly Battered Babysitter}}: BadlyBatteredBabysitter: A few notes Franklin left around the tower give somewhat-humorous accounts of how troublesome watching over a little girl who can bring her paintings to life can be.
* {{Broken Bridge}}: BrokenBridge: There are a fair number of these, including instances of literal broken bridges. You get to the places beyond by solving puzzles.puzzles.
* AChildShallLeadThem: The conclusion of ''Dark Flight.''



* {{Dying Town}}: The town in ''Dark Flight'' is this, and may be verging on {{Ghost Town}}. The only people you see are Iris, Franklin, Raven, the king, a wooden boy with a kite, and one or two people who live in paintings. It could just be that everyone else is in hiding...

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* {{Dying Town}}: DyingTown: The town in ''Dark Flight'' is this, and may be verging on {{Ghost Town}}. The only people you see are Iris, Franklin, Raven, the king, a wooden boy with a kite, and one or two people who live in paintings. It could just be that everyone else is in hiding...



* {{Evil Overlord}}: The king.
* {{Extended Gameplay}}: In ''Dark Flight'', after you complete the main quest, Iris sends you on a second quest [[spoiler: to free Franklin from his curse.]]
* {{Exposition Fairy}}: Franklin, who can give you hints on puzzles.
* {{Feathered Fiend}}: '''Type A.''' The king commands flocks of ravens that leave shadowy trails behind them. His minion's name is even Raven although his exact nature stays unrevealed.

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* {{Evil Overlord}}: EvilOverlord: The king.
* {{Extended Gameplay}}: ExtendedGameplay: In ''Dark Flight'', after you complete the main quest, Iris sends you on a second quest [[spoiler: to free Franklin from his curse.]]
* {{Exposition Fairy}}: ExpositionFairy: Franklin, who can give you hints on puzzles.
* {{Feathered Fiend}}: FeatheredFiend: '''Type A.''' The king commands flocks of ravens that leave shadowy trails behind them. His minion's name is even Raven although his exact nature stays unrevealed.



* {{Featureless Protagonist}}: You, the player, are known in-game by the other characters simply as [[NoNameGiven “The Stranger”.]]
* {{Framing Device}}: The prequel's story ''Trail of Shadows'' is told by Franklin to Iris in the game's opening sequence.
* {{Girl in the Tower}}
* {{Go For the Eye}}: One of the puzzles involves you [[spoiler: poking all of a spider's eyes closed to kill it.]]
* {{Gotta Catch Em All}}: Some of the puzzles are like this. Most notable is in the [[ExtendedGameplay second quest]] Iris sends you on in ''Dark Flight'', where you must collect and reassemble the pieces of a magical window [[spoiler: to lift the curse on Franklin.]]
* {{Hint System}}: If you get stuck you can click on the portrait of Franklin and he will give you hints. In ''The Painted Tower'', once you click for one hint you have to wait quite a while before you can request another hint. This waiting period is done away with in ''Dark Flight''.
* {{I Cant Use These Things Together}}: The Stranger often remarks about objects, doors, etc.
* {{Imagination Based Superpower}}: Iris and (in ''Trail of Shadows'') the boy can create pictures that come to life, can be entered, interacted with and influence the outside world in turn.
* {{Little No}}: Iris says this when [[spoiler: the king catches up to her]] in ''The Painted Tower''. In ''Dark Flight'', she says it again when Raven tries to hinder your progress.
* {{Magic Music}}: A few of the puzzles in ''Dark Flight'' involve this.

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* {{Featureless Protagonist}}: FeaturelessProtagonist: You, the player, are known in-game by the other characters simply as [[NoNameGiven “The Stranger”.]]
* {{Framing Device}}: FramingDevice: The prequel's story ''Trail of Shadows'' is told by Franklin to Iris in the game's opening sequence.
* {{Girl in the Tower}}
GirlInTheTower
* {{Go For the Eye}}: GoForTheEye: One of the puzzles involves you [[spoiler: poking all of a spider's eyes closed to kill it.]]
* {{Gotta Catch Em All}}: GottaCatchEmAll: Some of the puzzles are like this. Most notable is in the [[ExtendedGameplay second quest]] Iris sends you on in ''Dark Flight'', where you must collect and reassemble the pieces of a magical window [[spoiler: to lift the curse on Franklin.]]
* {{Hint System}}: HintSystem: If you get stuck you can click on the portrait of Franklin and he will give you hints. In ''The Painted Tower'', once you click for one hint you have to wait quite a while before you can request another hint. This waiting period is done away with in ''Dark Flight''.
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* {{I Cant Use These Things Together}}: The Stranger often remarks about objects, doors, etc.
* {{Imagination Based Superpower}}:
ImaginationBasedSuperpower: Iris and (in ''Trail of Shadows'') the boy can create pictures that come to life, can be entered, interacted with and influence the outside world in turn.
* {{Little No}}: InformingTheFourthWall: The Stranger often remarks about objects, doors, etc
* LittleNo:
Iris says this when [[spoiler: the king catches up to her]] in ''The Painted Tower''. In ''Dark Flight'', she says it again when Raven tries to hinder your progress.
* {{Magic Music}}: MagicMusic: A few of the puzzles in ''Dark Flight'' involve this.



* {{Mook Bouncer}}: The second time Raven blocks your path in ''Dark Flight'', clicking on him will cause him to grab you and push you all the way back to the top of the stairs you just came down.
* {{Mr Exposition}}: Not only does Franklin give you hints to help you solve puzzles and generally tell you what to do, he also provides a lot of backstory and general information about the setting.
* {{Notice This}}: Many items sparkle. A few don’t but are more colorful than their surroundings. In a few cases the cursor simply turns into either a magnifying glass or a hand or a puzzle piece, depending on what you’re supposed to do.
* {{Obviously Evil}}: The king.
* {{Only Smart People May Pass}}
* {{Red Eyes Take Warning}}: The king has these.
* {{Saved for the Sequel}}: In ''The Painted Tower'', at one point the bell falls and crashes through the floor, revealing that the tower has another floor underground. You do not get to see where this new area leads until ''Dark Flight.''
* {{Save the Princess}}
* {{Taken For Granite}}: Happens to Franklin when the tower in the first game is cursed.
* {{The Unreveal}}: What is Raven? Is he a spirit that has been following the dark king? Is he someone like the dark king himself, only lesser in terms of power?

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* {{Mook Bouncer}}: MookBouncer: The second time Raven blocks your path in ''Dark Flight'', clicking on him will cause him to grab you and push you all the way back to the top of the stairs you just came down.
* {{Mr Exposition}}: MrExposition: Not only does Franklin give you hints to help you solve puzzles and generally tell you what to do, he also provides a lot of backstory and general information about the setting.
* {{Notice This}}: NoticeThis: Many items sparkle. A few don’t but are more colorful than their surroundings. In a few cases the cursor simply turns into either a magnifying glass or a hand or a puzzle piece, depending on what you’re supposed to do.
* {{Obviously Evil}}: ObviouslyEvil: The king.
* {{Only Smart People May Pass}}
OnlySmartPeopleMayPass
* {{Red Eyes Take Warning}}: RedEyesTakeWarning: The king has these.
* {{Saved for the Sequel}}: SavedForTheSequel: In ''The Painted Tower'', at one point the bell falls and crashes through the floor, revealing that the tower has another floor underground. You do not get to see where this new area leads until ''Dark Flight.''
* {{Save the Princess}}
SaveThePrincess
* {{Taken For Granite}}: TakenForGranite: Happens to Franklin when the tower in the first game is cursed.
* {{The Unreveal}}: TheUnreveal: What is Raven? Is he a spirit that has been following the dark king? Is he someone like the dark king himself, only lesser in terms of power?



* {{What Happened To The Mouse}}: How did the dark king's demise affect Raven? And where is Iris' mother, Katherine?

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* {{What Happened To The Mouse}}: WhatHappenedToTheMouse: How did the dark king's demise affect Raven? And where is Iris' mother, Katherine?
18th Nov '14 8:30:17 PM SharleeD
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* EenieMeenieMinieMoai: There's a talking moai head on the beach in the Shipwreck painting.

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* EenieMeenieMinieMoai: EenieMeenieMinyMoai: There's a talking moai head on the beach in the Shipwreck painting.
18th Nov '14 8:29:47 PM SharleeD
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* EenieMeenieMinieMoai: There's a talking moai head on the beach in the Shipwreck painting.
15th Nov '14 10:09:14 PM SharleeD
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* CryCute: Iris is crying in her introduction, and her eyes are heartbreaking even when she's not.
18th Jan '14 4:05:33 PM morenohijazo
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* MonsterShapedMountain: In the casual game ''Trail of Shadows'', one of the painted worlds is home to a mountain-sized stone giant with huts built on its shoulders. Events in-game have saddened it, so a slender waterfall of tears streams from its gargantuan eye.
27th Sep '12 5:21:20 PM Redhead64
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* {{Sandbox/Imagination Based Superpower}}: Iris and (in ''Trail of Shadows'') the boy can create pictures that come to life, can be entered, interacted with and influence the outside world in turn.

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* {{Sandbox/Imagination {{Imagination Based Superpower}}: Iris and (in ''Trail of Shadows'') the boy can create pictures that come to life, can be entered, interacted with and influence the outside world in turn.
7th Feb '12 12:44:16 PM presh
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** The gryphon and the dragon appear both only in the first two games. They represent 'wisdom' and strength, as well as Iris' kingdom and the dark king respectively.

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** The gryphon and the dragon appear both only in the first two games. They represent 'wisdom' and strength, 'evil', as well as Iris' kingdom and the dark king respectively. The phoenix seems to symbolize Iris herself.



* {{Taken For Granite}}: Happens to Franklin when the tower in the first game is cursed.

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* {{Taken For Granite}}: Happens to Franklin when the tower in the first game is cursed.cursed.
* {{The Unreveal}}: What is Raven? Is he a spirit that has been following the dark king? Is he someone like the dark king himself, only lesser in terms of power?
** It also stays ambigious what happened to Katherine, Iris' mother as she never shows up. The Stranger receives a letter from her in ''Dark Flight'' but doesn't see her.
* {{What Happened To The Mouse}}: How did the dark king's demise affect Raven? And where is Iris' mother, Katherine?
31st Jan '12 5:41:55 PM CoolKitten
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* {{Living Shadow}}: The king's servant, Raven, is this.
31st Jan '12 11:51:45 AM nirt
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* {{Arc Symbol}}: In several themes through all three games. Hares, ravens and snails; suns, moons and stars.
** The gryphon and the dragon appear both only in the first two games. They represent 'wisdom' and strength, as well as Iris' kingdom and the dark king respectively.



* {{Feathered Fiend}}: '''Type A.''' The king commands flocks of ravens that leave shadowy trails behind them. His minion's name is even Raven although his exact nature stays unrevealed.
** They also appear as minions of the evil wizard in ''Trail of Shadows''. It is likely the wizard and the king are the same person.



* {{Framing Device}}: The prequel's story ''Trail of Shadows'' is told by Franklin to Iris in the game's opening sequence.



* {{Sandbox/Imagination Based Superpower}}: Iris and (in ''Trail of Shadows'') the boy can create pictures that come to life, can be entered, interacted with and influence the outside world in turn.



* {{Taken For Granite}}: Happens to Franklin when the tower in the first game is cursed.



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* {{Taken For Granite}}: Happens to Franklin when the tower in the first game is cursed. \n\n\n
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