Ready Set Indie Games Presents: LudoNarraCon 2021: A Space for the Unbound (Demo)

LudoNarraCon 2021: A Space for the Unbound





Toge Productions



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Length of Demo

About 30 Minutes


Disclaimer: This is the LudoNarraCon 2021 Demo of the game and therefore it is best to realize that the following gameplay footage of A Space for the Unbound] is either an alpha version, beta version, early access or, demo of the game. Therefore, the footage you see may or may not be featured in the final version of the game, also there may be some noticeable bugs in the game.

A Space for the Unbound is a very emotionally driven game that has been beautifully crafted and has a very impactful story. You play as Atma a high schooler who has befriended Nirmala, a young girl whom Atma looks at as a younger sister, as they are working on a book together. You are then introduced to The Magic Red Book, a book that allows Atma to Space Dive into one’s heart and fixes what is bothering them. The game takes a deep turn when something tragic seems to occur. Overall, the story of the game is fantastic. 

I did enjoy the story, as well as the art style. There were some spelling issues, but I am not sure if they are intentional due to one of the main characters being a child, but this is also a demo of the game and we will not hold that against the developers even if it's intentional. The friendship of Atma and Nirmala is an adorable one. Atma plays the big brother role very well, even if Nirmala and Atma are not related at all. You can tell that he is protective of Nirmala and cares for her well-being. 

The game uses both the keyboard and the controller to play the game. I opted for the controller and it worked very well. The controls are very simple and some of the puzzle-solving at least from the demo were simple, but if this is an adventure game based solo on narrative then this is a very relaxing game to enjoy and read, and the story pulls you in.

The prologue for A Space for the Unbound is currently available for download after you try the game out for yourself you can wishlist it on PC via Steam