Umurangi Generation

Umurangi Generation

released on May 19, 2020

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Umurangi Generation

released on May 19, 2020

Umurangi Generation is a first person photography game in the shitty future. Set in Tauranga Aotearoa off the back of an impending crisis you are a courier for the Tauranga Express. Along the way you take photos to make ends meet. Throughout the game you will unlock a variety of lenses and equipment.


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Definitivamente interesante, y entretenido; sobre todo en los primeros minutos. Lamentablemente me fue perdiendo mientras avanzaba, ya que los lentes nuevos y las opciones para editar las fotos no eran lo suficiente para mantener la mecánica viva. Lamentable, porque al principio de verdad que me gustó mucho.


I fucking hate the United Nations


It's like if Tony Hawk didn't have a skateboard and just had to walk around. The level designs in a Tony Hawk game are really impressive when you think about it. They take these normal locations and have to skateboard-ify them. Create rails and ramps that seemlessly flow into moer things to trick off of. Umarangi Generation is in a similar boat where it needs to create levels with interesting things to take pictures of and have those things work at multiple different angles. And it does a really good job of that. Its got excellent environments and excellent enviromental story telling.

ThorHighHeels also really knocked the soundtrack out of the park.

Pure kino.


I hated everything by about it.


i really appreciated the visual aesthetic and the soundtrack, i really appreciated the slow burn of the story that gets told. i really appreciated that this is first and foremost a game about photography, about lining up a great photo.

i did not appreciate the controls, i did not appreciate the opaque objectives, i did not appreciate the time pressure, and let's be honest even though i'm the biggest doomer of them all, i'm gonna go ahead and say it: i don't think the game spoke to me along those lines (except for the very last line of the game) nearly as strongly as it did some other people. i spent more time hunting down "the word boomer" or "a kiwi" than i did coming to terms with being "the last generation" (who, let's be real, seemed to be having plenty of dance parties)


eu n consigo jogar pq me da muita nausea