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Platforms: PC, Mac
Languages: English
Players: Single-player
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Ossuary 1.7.0 Released
Originally posted by Arseny:
I bought the game at Humble Bundle store, and when I launch it, it shows in a small window in the middle of the screen. Resizing window or activating full-screen doesn't help - it's still in a small window in the middle. How can I stretch it?

The Birth of Bones
Release date: Out Now! (November 27, 2013)
Ossuary is a game where you talk to people in a dark and horrific place. It's a funny satire about human nature and society. It's a journey through a place of bones where virtues are sins and sins are inventory objects. It draws from the Discordian religious tradition and from the world's collective mythology of death. There is something in the corner of your eye and you must escape this place. Solve dialogue-based puzzles but do not believe a word anyone says.

You can buy Ossuary now at, Desura[], and IndieGameStand[]. We need your help to bring it to Steam!

The last thing you remember is receiving an unsatisfying answer. A plunge through the fundamental chaos takes you to a place of bones. Great power can be found within the Ossuary, but those who are not lying to themselves are lying to you.


You can play a demo of Ossuary at The Hodge-Podge Transformer has entirely distinct content that will give you a prologue for Ossuary's story and a feel for its puzzles.


Originally posted by Paul Hack of Indie Statik:
Ossuary is the game Gregory Avery-Weir has been building up to his entire career, a synthesis and refinement of the best elements of his previous games.

Originally posted by AJ Lange of Tap Repeatedly:
This is a staggering amount of writing: and it’s clever! Every character has some unique viewpoint worth checking out.

Originally posted by Dora Breckenridge of JayIsGames:
The game is based on Discordianism, which leaves it feeling sort of like Alice in Wonderland by way of V for Vendetta, and it leaves you feeling like you're scratching at the tip of an enormous iceberg with its own mythology and rules.
Popular Discussions View All (2)
Jul 3 @ 10:01am
Any Questions for the Team?
Future Proof Games
Jul 12 @ 12:45am
Any way to zoom in?
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[J802]™ Aug 8 @ 5:17pm 
Me dio miedo o_o
Not AnonymousGehrig Jul 31 @ 6:17pm 
voted yes
CalmCoolCat Jul 16 @ 6:39am 
Creepy game with interesting concept behind it. Voted.
GOLD Jul 13 @ 1:03pm 
Nice game, voted
d0PEfiSh Jul 11 @ 4:16pm 
Wow really weird and creepy. But the design of the main character needs to change. Looks like Cool Spot had a baby with Dizzy the adventurer. Takes away some of the legitimate creepiness. Voted for it.
GufoDelleNevi Jun 29 @ 2:48am 
Oh si, peggiorate sempre di più l'atmosfera, non abbiate pietà!
Nicodamus Jun 11 @ 7:08pm 
I just found out about this. Steam needs more games like this.
I just wish it had better art. I mean its vey basic pixel art certainly is intended and gives it an otherwoldly feeling to it. The same style of art worked great in looming but if this had a more stylized look I feel it would get much more attention.
Raigeki May 31 @ 4:17pm 
Great game. Upvoted!
24forChromium May 28 @ 4:16pm 
Fantastic, absolutely the most philosophical game I have ever seen.
I love the concepts in the game, the style and storyline.

If I have one complaint it will be the music, which can be diversified to make the atmosphere more friendly.

I think the game was designed with the supposition of community's repulsion, but in fact, the community is not all that ballistic, is it?
keegdragon May 22 @ 10:05pm