History VideoGame / Turgor

23rd Jun '16 12:16:14 PM captainpat
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25th Dec '15 11:49:12 PM Doug86
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''Turgor (Тургор)'', also known as ''Tension'' or ''[[MarketBasedTitle The Void]]'' to English audiences, was originally released in April 2008 in Russia by indie developer Ice-Pick Lodge, known for their previous game ''{{Pathologic}}''. The game is something akin to a 3D Point and Click adventure game with some combat elements, using a system similar to ''{{Okami}}'', the player can "paint" the environment various colours to solve puzzles or attack enemies, attacks determined by the shape the player draws (an S for an area attack or an O for an explosion).

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''Turgor (Тургор)'', also known as ''Tension'' or ''[[MarketBasedTitle The Void]]'' to English audiences, was originally released in April 2008 in Russia by indie developer Ice-Pick Lodge, known for their previous game ''{{Pathologic}}''.''VideoGame/{{Pathologic}}''. The game is something akin to a 3D Point and Click adventure game with some combat elements, using a system similar to ''{{Okami}}'', the player can "paint" the environment various colours to solve puzzles or attack enemies, attacks determined by the shape the player draws (an S for an area attack or an O for an explosion).
21st Dec '15 5:28:44 AM SilverDragon
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* EldritchAbomination: [[spoiler:The Scorpio, a HiveMind composed of various ''things'' that appears if/when you do significant damage to a realm. We don't know what it is, and the game never explains, but unlike everything else, it actually seems to hate Color and goes out of it's way to prevent its creation (such as using the stuff as bait for its minions to ambush you).]]

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* EldritchAbomination: [[spoiler:The Scorpio, a HiveMind composed of various ''things'' that appears if/when you do significant damage to a realm. We don't know what it is, and the game never explains, but unlike everything else, it actually seems to hate Color and goes out of it's its way to prevent its creation (such as using the stuff as bait for its minions to ambush you).]]
20th Dec '15 8:58:17 PM Discar
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-->''"Now you can hold color in your heart."''\\
-- '''Nameless Sister'''

-->''"[[EasyRoadToHell All the easy routes only lead down]]. Or haven't you understood anything?"''\\
-- '''[[spoiler:Master Color]]'''

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-->''"Now ->''"Now you can hold color in your heart."''\\
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'''Nameless Sister'''

-->''"[[EasyRoadToHell All the easy routes only lead down]]. Or haven't you understood anything?"''\\
-- '''[[spoiler:Master Color]]'''
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* LivingMacGuffin: All of the Sisters. [[spoiler: Especially after Aya reveals that they are not souls of ''people'', they are souls of an era of mankind, and who you choose to ascend will directly affect the entirety of the surface world.]]



* MacGuffinGirl: All of the Sisters. [[spoiler: Especially after Aya reveals that they are not souls of ''people'', they are souls of an era of mankind, and who you choose to ascend will directly affect the entirety of the surface world.]]
29th Oct '15 2:15:56 AM AliC
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''Turgor (Тургор)'', also known as ''Tension'' or ''[[MarketBasedTitle The Void]]'' to English audiences, was originally released in April 2008 in Russia by indie developer Ice-Pick Lodge, known for their previous game ''{{Pathologic}}''. The game is something akin to a 3D Point and Click adventure game with some combat elements, using a system similar to [[Okami]], the player can "paint" the environment various colours to solve puzzles or attack enemies, attacks determined by the shape the player draws (and S for an area attack or an O for an explosion).

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''Turgor (Тургор)'', also known as ''Tension'' or ''[[MarketBasedTitle The Void]]'' to English audiences, was originally released in April 2008 in Russia by indie developer Ice-Pick Lodge, known for their previous game ''{{Pathologic}}''. The game is something akin to a 3D Point and Click adventure game with some combat elements, using a system similar to [[Okami]], ''{{Okami}}'', the player can "paint" the environment various colours to solve puzzles or attack enemies, attacks determined by the shape the player draws (and (an S for an area attack or an O for an explosion).
29th Oct '15 2:14:54 AM AliC
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''Turgor (Тургор)'', also known as ''Tension'' or ''[[MarketBasedTitle The Void]]'' to English audiences, was originally released in April 2008 in Russia by indie developer Ice-Pick Lodge, known for their previous game ''{{Pathologic}}''.

''Turgor'' is set in a [[TitleDrop Void]] that is assumed to be the afterlife, or at least ''an'' afterlife. The player is a "lost spirit" who has lingered briefly in the Void while their way to [[MindScrew somewhere]] [[FinalDeath else]] -- in an act of mercy, a woman known as the Nameless Sister shares a "heart" with the spirit, enabling him to hold Color, a substance vital to survival in the Void.

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''Turgor (Тургор)'', also known as ''Tension'' or ''[[MarketBasedTitle The Void]]'' to English audiences, was originally released in April 2008 in Russia by indie developer Ice-Pick Lodge, known for their previous game ''{{Pathologic}}''.

''{{Pathologic}}''. The game is something akin to a 3D Point and Click adventure game with some combat elements, using a system similar to [[Okami]], the player can "paint" the environment various colours to solve puzzles or attack enemies, attacks determined by the shape the player draws (and S for an area attack or an O for an explosion).

''Turgor'' is set in a [[TitleDrop Void]] that is assumed to be the afterlife, or at least ''an'' afterlife. The player is a "lost spirit" who has lingered briefly in the Void while their way to [[MindScrew somewhere]] [[FinalDeath else]] -- in an act of mercy, a woman known as the Nameless Sister shares a "heart" with the spirit, enabling him to hold Color, a substance vital to survival in the Void.
Void.
28th Sep '15 4:15:32 PM dragonfire5000
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18th Sep '15 5:10:28 PM falsefortuneteller
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[[caption-width:242:One of a few [[NotSafeForWork images of the Sisters]] that can be shown.]]

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* MostGamersAreMale: The developers probably think this, if the absurd amount of {{Fanservice}} with the Sisters is any indication.
6th Mar '14 6:27:37 AM eldritchseer
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* BonusBoss: Tyrant could be considered this -- though almost all of the Brothers are technically optional, Tyrant is the one you're least likely to fight, since he doesn't [[spoiler:participate in the witch hunt]] and is the hardest to anger (as he has two Sisters, not one). He also isn't lying about being [[ThatOneBoss the strongest of the Brothers]].

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* BonusBoss: Tyrant could be considered this -- though almost all of the Brothers are technically optional, optional [[spoiler:with the exception of Montgolfier]], Tyrant is the one you're least likely to fight, since he doesn't [[spoiler:participate in the witch hunt]] and is the hardest to anger (as he has two Sisters, not one). He also isn't lying about being [[ThatOneBoss the strongest of the Brothers]].
6th Mar '14 6:26:09 AM eldritchseer
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* ArcWords: A bit of a borderline example, but the phrase "We hold life's transcendent pains apart" is commonly repeated throughout the MultipleEndings.
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