Undertale artist Temmie Chang has announced the release of her latest project, the RPGMaker game Dweller’s Empty Path.
Dweller’s Empty Path follows the adventure of Yoki, a rabbit eared girl who lives in a fantasy world. After being awoken from a nightmare, she leaves her house to try and clear her head lest the nightmare return. Dweller’s Empty Path takes place after Temmie’s first game called Escaped Chasm.
You can find the official trailer below.
Temmie is best known as the artist for Toby Fox’s games Undertale and Deltarune; with one character called Tem being named after her.
The development team for Dweller’s Empty Path consists of three people with Temmie herself doing all of the art and writing. Toby Fox, known primarily as the creator of Undertale and Deltarune, and Japanese musician Camellia are credited with assisting Temmie with the game’s soundtrack.
You can find the rundown (via Itch.io) below.
A small RPGMaker game exploring the life of a lost being from another world.
Yoki wakes up from a nightmare and has some difficulty falling back asleep, so she decides to go on a short walk to clear her mind.
As you play as Yoki, you can choose to end the game at any time by returning to her bed and attempt another shot at getting some much needed rest.
Thank you for taking an interest in my next little (experimental) game!!! As you can see, much like Escaped Chasm, there isn’t a whole lot you do besides walking around and talking to NPCS and objects (and also sometimes illustrations appear.)
It’s much longer this time!!! Even though I’d say the game is around roughly 1~2 hours.
This game has new added features since the last game, including the ability to save and pressing the shift button to go faster. (wow!!!) There’s no animated cutscenes this time…but there are over 100 illustrations I made for this! I hope that makes up for not having any animation..
This game follows after Escaped Chasm, so I recommend you play that before playing this! (Though, you don’t really have to.. You’ll still be able to understand everything that’s going on even if you don’t play it.)
Also, despite it having a different name, I still consider this to be apart of the Escaped Chasm series. I couldn’t name it Escaped Chasm 2 because of the joke game I included in Escaped Chasm (1)’s file folder.
Since even I got lost while testing the game, I’ve included a map in the game folder, and also some other little extra goodies and such!