„The Lion's Song: Episode 1 – Silence" draws the player into the life of a talented young composer, Wilma, preparing for her breakthrough concert, the defining moment of her career. Searching for inspiration she escapes from the pressure for success to the solitude of the Austrian Alps.
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Release Date: Jul 7, 2016

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Includes 4 items: The Lion's Song: Episode 1 - Silence, The Lion's Song: Episode 2 - Anthology, The Lion's Song: Episode 3 - Derivation, The Lion's Song: Episode 4 - Closure

 

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May 26

Character Portrait: Emma

Thanks to everyone who participated in our community polls so far. It’s great to see that so many people are emotionally connected to the characters of The Lion’s Song.

In order to get you a head start for next week’s poll about The Lion’s Song: Episode 3 - Derivation, we would like to share a detailed character profile about Emma - the main protagonist of this episode - with you.

Name: Emma Recniczek
Birth Date: October 16th, 1876
Age: 38
Appearance: determined, ingeniouos, humorous
Nicknames: Emmi (as called by her father)



Emma Recniczek is an Austro-Jewish mathematician and logician. She lives in a small apartment in the ninth district of Vienna, which she inherited from her father who died of tuberculosis. She is 38 and works at the library of the University of Vienna keeping book of… books. While this might sound dull, she sports an uncommon sense of (mathematical) humor paired with a strong will and belief in Mathematics and Logic.

Emma got into mathematics through her father Jan Recniczek (an important funder of the University) who convinced many of the lecturers at the time to let her attend classes. However, that was almost fifteen years ago. She worked on her own theories ever since, her job giving her access to some of the most relevant publications in Mathematics and Logic.

At her workplace, she conceals her own notebooks (containing her theories and thought experiments) inside the voluminous registers of the library, pretending to work when actually working on something else.

Emma is working on her big theory on differential logic in an attempt to describe the world around her through changes. She is so enmeshed in her theories that starts to perceive everything around her as changes over time. However, now, she can’t put it all together. She needs input, reflection, feedback from other Mathematicians, above all opinion leader of his time: Professor Gernot Zahler.

Will Emma find a way to discuss her theory with like-minded people? Will she shed light on the problem at the center of her theory in order to achieve a major breakthrough in Mathematics?

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May 23

The Lion's Song Community Poll - Episode 2

Vote and decide what happens in the finale of The Lion's Song!



Hey everyone,

Thanks a million to all of you who participated in last week's poll about characters in The Lion's Song. We are very excited that so many of you took part and are actively helping us to shape the final episode of our pixel art gem, we are so proud of.

The poll continues this week with Episode 2 - Anthology. We would like to invite you to consider questions about Grete Lawniczak and Joseph Markert. Dive into the story of Episode 2 and think about interesting details you would like to know about those characters.

It is your chance to participate!

The poll is open until Tuesday May 30th. We will then announce the outcome and start another poll for The Lion's Song: Episode 3 - Derivation. The winning questions will make it into The Lion's Song: Episode 4 - Closure.

Please check out the survey and help us with your input!



Yours,
Mi'pu'mi Team

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Reviews

““charming, atmospheric and earnest” - RPS on Episode 1 of The Lion's Song”
RockPaperShotgun

“atmospheric and beautifully drawn”
PC Gamer

“...intriguing, and we can't wait to play the whole thing”
Pocketgamer

About This Game

„The Lion's Song: Episode 1 – Silence" tells the story of Wilma, a talented young musician student. Wilma’s talent was discovered by Arthur Caban, a wealthy university professor, who invited her to Vienna. Arthur is profoundly convinced Wilma is going to play a major part in the future of modern music. Since Wilma is fighting writer’s block trying to finish her career defining composition, Arthur sends her to a solitary alpine cabin to recover her inspiration and muse.

Will Wilma be able to finish her breakthrough composition in this small cabin, surrounded by high mountains and stormy weather? In her creative crisis Wilma suddenly has an unexpected encounter.

The choices players make in this episode will have a direct impact on the storylines of all episodes and ultimately determine if the protagonists find the success they are working for.

Please take also a look at the other episodes from The Lion's Song:

http://store.steampowered.com/app/477030

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 7SP1, 8, 8.1, 10
    • Processor: 2 GHZ
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 10 compatible
    • DirectX: Version 10
    • Storage: 500 MB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 10 compatible
    • Additional Notes: Minimum Resolution: 1280x720
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7SP1, 8, 8.1, 10
    • Processor: 2 GHZ
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 10 compatible
    • DirectX: Version 10
    • Storage: 500 MB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 10 compatible
    • Additional Notes: Recommended Resolution: 1920x1080
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