ConceptSad panels, a cheerful bird, and unpredictable weather must be controlled to green the roofs in Norilsk.
SummaryNorilsk '93 is a platformer and time management game about the harsh reality in Norilsk.
The industrial zone has swallowed up all living things. "It seems that the city died long ago," says the kiwi bird. But she doesn't despair, because the city can still be saved from the grayness of the industrial world! Explore panel roofs, plant plants, and control the weather. You will soon see hope emerge in soulless high-rise buildings and factories.
Prove that not everything is so vain in the post-Soviet space!
About the teamI am a solo game developer from Moscow. I've been creating games for a year and a half. Before that, I was an artist and wrote stories. For a year and a half, I have accumulated many different projects including board and mobile games. So far, none of my personal video games have seen the release, but I hope to fix it soon!
I love the humor in games, atmosphere, and charismatic settings. I like to try new things, and I consider my "Norilsk" quite an experimental piece, which touches upon the problem of ecology in industrial cities of Russia.