Fantasy indie game Omensight is a game that allows you to rewrite time

If I could turn back time...

The fantasy world of Urralia has been destroyed, all of its inhabitants dead, the end of the world as you know it. This is the vision of The Harbinger, a powerful warrior who has the ability to manipulate time. With this vision fresh in your head and the only lead pointing to a mysterious murder, you must set out bring a brighter end to the impending doom you have foreseen.

Progressing in the narrative rich story of Omensight will see you playing through fateful events from different perspectives. By learning different characters interactions with one another and what motive they serve to the bigger picture, you’ll need to decide whether you’ll fight with them, or against them.

As you’d expect with a game based on fate, almost all of your decisions are consequential and have the potential to alter the outcome of the story. Luckily for you, you have the ability to rewrite time, meaning that almost ever poor decision can be reversed. How this ability in implemented will no doubt be key to the effectiveness of Omensight’s story. In my head, I can only imagine it will play like the original Life is Strange rewind time mechanic, which isn’t a bad thing.

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I wonder if Omensight will have you singing Celine Dion ‘If I could turn back time…’

If your heading to PAX South this weekend then you can check out Omensight for yourself, this is the first time the game will be playable to the public. Developers Spearhead Games previous title was the brilliant Stories: Path of Destinies, so they have a proven record that they can deliver on the narrative front.

There is no set release date for Omensight, although it has been confirmed for a 2018 release on PC, we’ll have to wait to hear about consoles. Keep up to date with the games development by following Spearhead Games on Twitter and Facebook, to see the game in action then check out the new teaser trailer below.

Lewis started Indie-Credible in the summer of 2016 after struggling to find a website that justifiably covered indie games. Although he can't deny his love for some AAA games (especially the Final Fantasy series) his true love lies in the indies - people say he plays too many indie games, but we all know that's not possible.