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Spectrum Seeker: A Quest for Color
 
 
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Genre: RPG
Platforms: PC
Languages: English
Players: Single-player
Posted
Apr 16, 2014 @ 7:05pm
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Spectrum Seeker: A Quest for Color is a 2D RPG that takes place in Prisma, a land that had its color stolen by the Faded. Your goal is to find the Spectrum Fragments and restore the Worlds Color. You'll start off in a black and white game and progressively see the world itself change into a vibrant and beautiful one.

Story
Over a millennia ago, a terrible struggle began between the people of Prisma and mysterious Faded, who threatened the world of its color. To counter this threat the people of Prisma united and marched to war. But the Faded proved difficult to defeat as the war raged on. Several years ago the capital city of Gamut fell to the Faded and the Spectrum Star was shattered into six fragments and scattered to protect the power of Color. Those who survived the battle of Gamut when the Star shattered were imbued with some of it’s essence, gifting them the power to manipulate Color. They were since known as The Gifted, given powers that could be handed down to their descendents.

One such Gifted, Seiryuu, is now ready to embark on his journey to follow in the footsteps of his hero Leon, and leave Azure Village to recover the crystal shards. Joined by best friend Arkonis their journey will take them across several different landscapes from futuristic technology, to lands rooted in the power of the earth. They learn along the way the Faded are not alone as a mysterious cult has emerged who are working with the Faded.

The Faded are preparing to strike when their shattered foes are most vulnerable. With the source of the Faded threat still unknown to them Seiryuu and his companions seek to unravel the mystery behind the cult’s involvement and restore the Spectrum Star.

Gameplay
  • Restore Color! - The Faded have stolen the color from the world, it is up to you to restore that which has been lost. Journey through various lands, from forests to cities above the clouds, you'll search the world for the scattered Spectrum Fragments.
  • Battle System - Front view turn based
  • Skill Customization - Imbed color gems into your skills to transform them into new abilities.
  • Combo System - String together different attacks with different color properties to form new Ultimate Abilities!
  • Color within this world holds power - Each color has a respective attribute (red for fire, purple for psychic, etc).
  • Item Synthesis - Combine different materials, armor, and weapons of different color attributes to create new items.
  • Day/Night Cycle - Certain NPCs, quests available, and other areas of the game can change depending on whether it's Night or Day.
  • INNs and Party Member Sidequests - Everytime you enter an INN your party members will be scattered. Here you can converse with them, learn more about them, and obtain their individual sidequests!
  • Choices - Throughout the game you will be able to make choices that can impact different parts of the game, such as access to special sidequests, certain areas, and certain side bosses.

Find us on Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/SpectrumSeeker
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5 Comments
Seiryuu  [author] Aug 22, 2014 @ 2:47pm 
Sure, email me at Tsukifox@yahoo.com
acloudcalledklaus Aug 21, 2014 @ 5:59pm 
Hey man, I'm trying to find a non facebook way to contact you. You got an email?
SweetFishsticks Jun 28, 2014 @ 9:16am 
looks promising. I wonder what the characters are going to look like
Seiryuu  [author] May 24, 2014 @ 6:38pm 
Yes it is, thank you ^^
lordalfador May 23, 2014 @ 6:39pm 
Is this made with RPG maker? It looks great!