Subject to Nature

Innocent fawns hiding under the trees makes me want to cry because looking at them feels like looking at infants who haven’t aware of the sufferings that will come to them for living in this wild world, and yet they are so beautiful and free hiding underneath plants and flowers together, which forms a unity of beauty being subject to nature. Beautiful little wonders.

Become Ocean

             In this game concept, the player will be playing as a Space Whale traveling in the vast universe. He is a living relic spaceship from the ruins of a super-civilization, and he has been carrying the DNA (gene seeds) of plants, animals, and human beings. He is trying to find a new home in which the gene seeds may be released and the species reborn. The player will fly through the constellations and stars, dodging meteoroids, escaping from black holes, etc., and eventually find Earth before he loses all his memories to the vacuum of space. The Space Whale has the ability to communicate with planets and learn their history. He may meet other alien lifeforms during his journey to Earth.  

“I have been traveling for so long that I have forgotten my name. That’s OK, but I am afraid to forget my purpose, why I am here, and why I am alive.”

“The starlight we see has traveled across the oceans of time and space to reach our eyes long after the stars themselves passed away.”

Inspired by Pale Blue Dot by Carl SaganĀ 

Relic Monuments

             In this game concept, the player will be roleplaying as Enid, the daughter of Goddess Aurora and a human father. Unfortunately, Enid witnessed her father, one of the soldiers, got severely injured during a war. She manages to bring him back home from the battlefield to her mother, and sadly even the goddess can’t reverse the natural order, but there is one thing that can save him: The feathers of Phoenix. So while Goddess Aurora is maintaining the father’s life with the magical snows on a mountain of North pole, Enid is going to find and collect the feathers dropped by the Phoenix near the monuments and relics around the world and bring them back to rescue her father from perishing.

Aurora, Relic Monuments, 3D Scene Demo, Delong Du

Inspired by Song of the Sea (2014)

Lament for Phoenix

             This game concept is about the journey of two fireflies in the forest, named Lily and Zoe. One day, during an eclipse Lily and Zoe learn of the death of their friend, Avril, a nymph who guards and keeps their forest hidden from the humans. The fireflies decided to fly to the top of a snowy mountain to find the goddess of dawn, Aurora, and ask if she can cure Avril. This would mean they will have to risk their lives by flying in the bitter cold to the snowy mountain.

Forest, Lament for Phoenix, 3D Scene Demo, Delong Du