Ossuary Now on Steam

Ossuary is on Steam! It’s been a long road getting there, but a game I wrote and designed is finally on the largest online game store.

So far the game’s been selling well compared to its previous performance, but it’s not been anything lifechanging. I’m very thankful to all the fans and journalists who have helped us get to this point.

If you haven’t played the game, pick it up on Steam! If you have played the game, you should have a Steam key waiting wherever you bought it. Please leave a review on the Steam store page saying what you thought!

Ossuary occupies a complicated head space for me. It was developed during a very difficult couple of years in my personal life, and it’s releasing right when I’m struggling the most to support myself. I hope that in the years to come I can look back on this release fondly, but right now I’m not quite sure how I feel.

Discordianism is a major influence on Ossuary, and I’m reminded of its Parable of the Bitter Tea. The Parable of the Bitter Tea teaches us to accept the nature of things. You can work to improve the world and you can see the flaws in it, but it’s harmful to struggle to change that which is already set in stone. I’ll work to be mindful of how I am right now and move toward the future.

3 thoughts on “Ossuary Now on Steam

  1. I was reminded of you today while listening to the podcast Sup Holmes, episode 95 with the co creator of Kentucky Route Zero. He mentioned one of your games that I played years ago that I love and even revisited this morning, The Majesty Of Colors. I also remembered Coma and revisited too. The creator of Coma has game that’s greenlit on steam called Pinstripe. Anyways I originally came to tell you that you should build on the concept The Majesty Of Colors for steam, but you already found your way on it which is awesome. I hope developers like you guys much more success, have a good day.

    1. Thank you so much! I’ve been following Jake Elliott and Cardboard Computer for a while (I have one of the 50 hardcopies of “A House in California”) and it’s awesome to hear that Majesty is in their heads. All of the games I’m a part of build on Majesty and my other work, and it’s always cool to hear that people remember it.

      Thank you for the well wishes!

  2. Ossuary is a fantastic game, reading the comments above I too was turned on it by Sup Holmes. Now having read that you have a back catalog I’m eager to try them out, it’s what weekends were made for:) ty for all your great work. Freddy.

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