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A Locomotive Speeds through a Retro-Future World
West End Hotel room 306. A duralumin suitcase exchanged for your own. A mystery man who calls himself Slowslop. On the table a photograph of scientists.... This is where GADGET begins.
The keywords are INVENTION, TRAVEL & ADVENTURE. You board a train pulled by a streamlined steam locomotive and from the other passengers receive various pieces of information. While making the rounds of seven stations, a museum and an observatory you put together a collection of gadgets.
Directed by Haruhiko SHONO, the creator of Alice and L-ZONE, GADGET is a harmonious combination of luscious visuals and rich sound. It's a world in which a nostalgia for the machine age of the '20s and '30s coexists with a dead-tech vision of the future. A major interactive film experience, GADGET deftly balances the interactivity of a mouse-operated moonwalk in 3-D space with the dynamic power generated by QuickTime movies.
Contributed by Zeppin (8345) on May 27, 2009.
”…as an interactive experience, Gadget is a luscious example of the art so far.” - Los Angeles Times
- An epic interactive story
- Point-and-click, first-person navigation
- Experience the visual impact of elegant QuickTime movies
- Completely digital from start to finish
- Hours of exploration and discovery
Contributed by Jeanne (75521) on Nov 12, 2002.
”One of the most inventive computer-generated landscapes you’ve ever seen…” - Electronic Entertainment
”…it breaks new ground with a refreshingly linear plot and a fully integrated movie environment…” - Computer Life
GADGET is an engaging story that deftly balances the interactivity of 3-D exploration with the dynamic power generated by QuickTime movies. In this exquisite retro-future world you’ll be introduced to bizarre new experiences and chilling cinematic deja-vu. After you’ve checked out of Room 306, you’ll discover there’s no way out of this haunting and evocative adventure.