Role-playing games, by their very nature, can tell the story in interesting ways. In recent years, virtual reality has been the biggest contribution of technology to this. It is now possible to play as if you were in a world full of adventure. The recently revealed Undying Dusk game chooses the opposite path of these technological blessings. Played with a 200,000-page PDF file, the game offers a highly unusual experience.
Undying Dusk is an RPG game in the form of a PDF file. To play the game, it is necessary to follow the instructions from the first page. For example, when a monster appears on the first page, you need to go to page 56 to fight the monster. This logic is quite similar to adventure books with alternate endings.
The pdf file consisting of 200,000 pages is 93 MB in size. Each page has a frame of the game, so you may need to switch thousands of pages for the slightest step. There are ten different locations in the game, many creatures and missions appear in these locations.
The game’s claim, of course, is not to offer a great RPG experience. This game claims that it is the first PDF game. Although it is called a game, we can also describe it as the book with the longest alternative endings. If you’re still not patient, consider not looking at this game. Because it takes a lot of patience to navigate thousands of pages for a single frame.
You can find the download link to the game here. The 93 MB file contains only the PDF file, while the 96 MB file contains only the PDF file; downloads both the PDF and the program needed to open the file.