‘Tulpa’ Tackles Occultism And Theosophy In An Ever-Changing World

Tulpa

Tulpa is a surreal, narrative-driven puzzle-platformer that follows two playable characters, Ophelia and Oliver, both of which have two very distinct perceptions of the world around them. Both must survive, so to accomplish this the player will need to keep each characters’ perspective in mind. It looks like a blending of the atmosphere and puzzle-solving of Limbo with the vibrant art style of Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet.

Its developer is looking to raise $4,500 to help bring the game to fruition. Read on for its pitch video.

If you’d like to support Tulpa you can help it out on Indiegogo and/or Steam Greenlight.

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Source: Indiegogo
  • Sick_skwerl

    Well, that was fucking weird… Who needs hallucinogens when you have Tulpa?

  • XrabbitX

    a Theosophy video game? That’s fucking weird…

  • Nurse Derpusheen

    *nods slowly* looks like fun, my style of game.

    • Nurse Derpusheen

      Now that I think about it, kinda reminds me of Limbo… if anyone remembers that game…