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Qasir al-Wasat: A Night in-Between
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Genre: Action, Adventure
Platforms: PC, Mac, Linux
Players: Single-player
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Aug 31, 2012 @ 6:36pm
Apr 16 @ 3:21pm
Description
Release date: August 2012
*Indiecade 2012 Finalist* A Stealth-Adventure set in 12th century Syria.

Originally posted by Adam Smith, Rock Paper Shotgun:
"I’m surprised that there’s been no fanfare around this game. It’s an accomplished and individual piece of work, with a well-conjured setting and aesthetic, and it tackles the problems and promises of stealth as well as anything I’ve played in a good while."
Originally posted by Szymon 'Hed' Liebert, Gameplay.pl:
"Qasir al·Wasat: A Night in-Between is ready to fall into the hands of players and, hopefully, to shine its intriguing plot, unusual setting, interesting gameplay and great use of music and unusual sounds."
Originally posted by Cassandra Khaw, G4TV.com:
"To be fair, I could be biased. I'm totally smitten with the aesthetics. In an industry saturated with voxels and big, blocky pixels of all sorts, it's kinda awesome to find yourself immersed in what feels like one of the darker chapters of Scheherazade's One Thousand and One Nights"
Originally posted by Marco 'Astro' Tassani, The Indie Shelter:
This curious game, produced by Studio Aduge, has all the credentials to become the stealth indie game is lacking in our collection!
Originally posted by Joshua Philip, techzwn.com:
"It’s nice to see games breaking out of the box. I think we’ve had our fair share of games set in norse mythology, as well as the modern stealth game."

"In a long forgotten Syrian palace, the summoning of an invisible creature takes place. A stealth mission is assigned: eliminate three targets and be granted their weapons. The spirit, a fragile being that can be taken down with a single strike of a sword, must avoid detection whenever possible. But how to survive, in a fortress that is filled with traps and vigilant guards? As the story unfolds, investigation shows that there is more to this situation than it might originally seem. Something mysterious is happening. And in this mystery lies the key to an ancient treasure that is simply too magnificent to ignore."
  • Rich and detailed Arabian setting and narrative
  • Top-down 2D Stealth-Adventure gameplay
  • High resolution persian-minature inspired visuals
  • Conceptual, procedural, eerie soundscape

Qasir al-Wasat: A Night in-Between is already available for purchase at qasir.adugestudio.com where you can also download the demo.
Popular Discussions View All (4)
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Aug 20 @ 11:52am
Greenlit!
TheFourteen
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Dec 7, 2013 @ 8:37am
Steam Keys?
Daniel
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Dec 16, 2013 @ 12:09am
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Wrater
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Omnicrone  [author] Sep 1, 2012 @ 5:19am 
The game is in the process of being translated to the following languages: Portuguese, French, Italian, Russian, Czech, Hungarian, Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese.
wgren Sep 1, 2012 @ 1:04am 
Stealth gameplay, puzzles and a fairly original setting and artwork? Upvote.
seph.au Sep 1, 2012 @ 12:20am 
Nice art direction and interesting gameplay mechanics.
Look forward to seeing it on steam. Thumbs up from me as well :)
Dungeonbuster Aug 31, 2012 @ 11:57pm 
Just finished the demo and love the hand-drawn feel of the Arabian setting. Playing as a stealthy spirit piecing together a mystery also has me hooked. Nice job, and thumbs up!
meshuggah12345 Aug 31, 2012 @ 11:46pm 
I tried the demo of this and I love the the style of this game. You get my vote on this one.
Juliano Aug 31, 2012 @ 10:53pm 
Played the demo and I loved it, it's a good stealth game. Good graphics and incredible environment that matches perfectly with the story.
Jareth  [author] Aug 31, 2012 @ 9:49pm 
You can purchase the game and download the demo at http://www.qasir.adugestudio.com =)
quayzor Aug 31, 2012 @ 8:39pm 
I love the look of this game, and having the protagonist be invisible is a really interesting twist.