Turnpike North is a non-interactive, real-time scene inspired by Life is StrangeBRUISES, and Young Adult Fiction.

Note: This is not a game! This is just one, non-interactive scene.

I wanted to explore the following question:

What could a game like Life is Strange have looked like in the PSX era?

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To achieve the PSX aesthetics, I'm using the HPSXRP (Haunted PSX Render Pipeline) for Unity.

This page is set up to document the development process. Enjoy!

Music Credit: Vahe Grigorjan (https://soundcloud.com/vahe-g)

Rated 4.9 out of 5 stars
(26 total ratings)
Made withAdobe Photoshop, Unity, Aseprite
Tagslife-is-strange, Low-poly, Point & Click, PSX (PlayStation), vignette, ya, young-adult
Average sessionA few seconds

Development log


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yawn..not a thing in this game but purely repeated from start and to end in same motion.. not good enough and where's the fun in that..i like adventures game but not in this game.. shame..


this is not a game lol


thanks.. but why people do it... it not a point n click game and it should be on the demo title...

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Purely art. I feel like I'm comfortably within the scene. The music is great, who made it?

The work on your polys are so precise. I'm looking forward to making time to read through the devlog. Thanks for all this info.

absolutely touching, love it as well! thanks for this

.. and yes, who made the music? 


The music was made by Vahe Grigorjan 


Amazing, just a question: on the description, you mentioned BRUISES as one of your inspirations, what is bruises?


Another one of my games ^^

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sweet teaser ..wait full game :*

Shouldn't it be several camera angles? I'm getting only one.

You're right! I still need to get those to run.

Looking forward to it)

This is so cool, excellent job, looking forward to it! :D


i love it, this is super inspiring. having those slight looping animations and the low-fidelity visuals would create a real nice place to stay in for a moment or two. im really excited to see some environments!!


Awesome, looking forward to it.