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Genre: Adventure, Puzzle
Platforms: PC
Languages: English
Players: Single-player
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Indie of the Year Awards
Cylne New Trailer
Release date: Q3 2014
Cylne is a first person surreal exploration game, in the form of a visual poems collection. Choose a chapter to explore and feel unreal worlds filled with psychic/environmental enigmas and platforming. Surrounded by a dark halo, dive into roots of consciousness to find meaning...

These poem-like worlds are linked together by a common thread. Explore weird places, from ancient architectures to abstract and wide stripped landscapes. You may also encounter strange life forms.

The only thing you know about your avatar is this strange misty halo.

At the end of this journey, you will be faced with a choice that echoes your experience and might unlock some mysteries. In a way, the game is about self revelation.

One way to solve the puzzles is to use the halo.

Genre :
Adventure, Art, Puzzle, Experimental, Abstract, Indie, Others.

Game keys :
Minimalist first person gameplay, based on exploration and movement :
  • Active psychic or environmental mecanisms to solve enigmas.
  • Your halo can guide you.
  • Walk, glide sometimes through the air...
Symbolic way :
  • Each chapter has a symbolic with different meanings.
  • The aim is to cross a strange place called « The Choice ». Before, the player can enter any other chapter. There is five chapters.
Immersive 3D environments and odd cutscenes.
Atmospheric soundtrack and crystalline guitars.
Independent game :
  • Cylne project : one person who creates the general conception, musics and sound effects, programming and graphics of the game.

Warning :
The game contains flashing and bright lights which may not be suitable for people with photosensitive epilepsy.

Demo :
This is a part of the first chapter at the alpha state, but it will give you a good understanding of the game :

Response :
Originally posted by
Cylne, an atypical journey. (...) will intrigue the curious who like to enjoy unusual experiences in the video game and stir their imagination.

Cylne, un voyage atypique. (...) Son univers a de quoi intriguer les curieux qui aiment profiter d'expériences atypiques dans le jeu vidéo et faire travailler leur imaginaire.

Originally posted by
Poems always invoke an insightful visual style through their prose. What readers see is up to their interpretation, though. Robert Frost’s “Road Less Traveled” might be a bramble-laden dark forest to one person and a trashy alley to another. It all depends on perspective. There’s generally a tactile nature to poems, and you can almost feel your way through them, reaching out into the dark while a trail of unknown entities whizzes by you. That sense of journey, of exploration, is what seems to have inspired the first-person exploration game, Cylne.

Originally posted by
In the midst of a rising surplus of non combat, exploration games, Cylne shows promise to deliver an emotional experience about self revelation. The game is clearly trying to do something different, and for that reason, it deserves some attention.

Originally posted by
This game looks like a poster from the 90s come to life. (…) the one you’d eventually get to if you kept on flipping, which portrayed wilderness scenes with vaguely new age or pagan imagery. That pretty much describes the look of the surreal exploration game Cylne

Originally posted by
Cylne is certainly not a game like any other. It's more a psychedelic and poetic trip than a classic adventure game. This demo should convince you without difficulty.

Cylne n'est certainement pas un jeu comme les autres. Il s'agit davantage d'un trip psychédélique et poétique que d'un jeu d'aventure classique. Cette démo devrait d'ailleurs vous en convaincre sans difficulté.

System requirement :

Minimum :
- Windows XP SP3 or Vista (32 Bits version)
- 2.0+ GHz processor
- 2 GB system RAM
- SM3-compatible video card
- around 630 MB Free hard drive space
- DirectX : 9.0c version

Recommanded :
- Windows Seven
- 2.0+ GHz multi-core processor
- 3 GB system RAM
- NVIDIA 8000 or above
- around 630 MB Free hard drive space
- DirectX : 9.0c version

Popular Discussions View All (1)
Jan 25 @ 10:20am
Gamepad Support?
[IN D] RobbinxDeHood
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sudess 10 hours ago 
The game looks really cool, would deffinetly play it.
Zuniu Dec 15 @ 11:47am 
The game looks good but not in my style. Wish you best tho!
gordoboots Dec 10 @ 10:41am 
Super loco! Me gustó bastante.
Porokichin Dec 4 @ 4:02am 
It certainly looks interesting but since I'm not a poetic person, this might be a little hard on me. A bit of a story would be helpful.
ivlr3vil Nov 28 @ 11:50pm 
I helped voted because it reminds of of Kairo, where the environment gives the player a very unique experience. Sort of like how I was blown away by the world of Myst when I first played it.
Nacedico™ Nov 25 @ 2:34pm 
looks Awesome :3
Taloz Nov 17 @ 4:01pm 
looks promising!
A Happy PickleLand Nov 17 @ 9:54am 
Looks great
C4Chaos42 Nov 16 @ 3:25am 
I will support this. I could use this as a stressbuster, stop thinking about work related things and completly zone out. :)
New2disK Nov 12 @ 12:01am 
I was sick and had a bad headache and while watching the videos of this game actually made my headache go away lol. Love it, the sounds is also nice. Though I'm not into poems nor can i make a haiku in school but exploring I do like.