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Leaving Lyndow

It's Clara's last day on the island where she grew up. With high honors, she's graduated and fulfilled her childhood dream of joining the Guild of Maritime Exploration. She needs to complete preparations, visit her favorite places, and say her goodbyes - before leaving on a journey she may not return from. *Dangerous journey not included* • Leaving Lyndow is a peaceful experience, with a detailed environment to explore at your own pace. • Examine objects to learn about the life and world of a young scientist preparing to leave home. • Partake in mini-games that further reveal the story. • Speak with friends and family as they prepare for the departure of a loved one. • Short and sweet: An experience that can be completed in one sitting.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

If you have played Eastshade you will be disappointed here.
You can´t explore anything, it´s too short and the quests feel forced.
I recommend it only for achievements.
Wenn man Eastshade gespielt hat, wird man hier enttäuscht.
Man kann nichts erkunden, es ist zu kurz und die Quests fühlen sich erzwungen an.
Ich empfehle es nur für Errungenschaften.

Review from Steam

I am a massive fan of Eastshade; I played this several months after completing Eastshade, and wow. Emotions.
First things first, you'll likely see people making comments about how short it is. That is intentional. It's a brief glimpse that will take you back to the game you love and fill you with nostalgia. I timed myself and this game took me almost 45 minutes on the dot. I enjoy looking everywhere and making sure I completed everything, so if you're more of a speed-runner, it could take 30 minutes or less.
The music is as beautiful as ever and completely immerses you. The gorgeous visuals conjoined with the environment, and just general attention to detail, brings up a lot of emotions.
I have never played a game that generates so many feels and gives me such a sense of peace, and wonder. I feel like I'm really there in the character's shoes.
If you're looking for a feel-good, brief, beautiful, peaceful, nostalgic game... This is for you. A handful of side quests, and a lot of details that connect back to Eastshade.
But, PLAY EASTSHADE BEFORE PLAYING THIS!
Definitely worth my money and time.

Review from Steam

Changing isn't always easy
.... living as a young Girl (Clara), who choose the path of the voyager on the sea...
but before that she will says her last goodbye to her family,friends and heart place (maybe forever, who know it?)
the landscape, detail soundtrack are beautifull and very immersive... the duration is short but really deep in her shortly time.
it's hard to not cry after and during this experience...
the dialogh with people are full of philosophical phrase (or simple what a member of a family probably told to their son that are going away from them "forever"....
the path is full of memories and before you go... you will give them a last "Farawell"
10/10
An extraordinary (but sad) experience
Imagine to wake up.... you have a few hours before leave.... you're watching your items and everything you got in your room or house, this creating a lot of old memories in your mind.... you give your last farawell to your family wich had lived since now.... you give your last farawell to our favorite place from when your are a kid next young "i will stay here forever"..... but the life change and never stop "changing isn't easy sometimes".... you hear the people near to you "tell you to take care of yourself and that they are afraid you will never come back" (imagine from a father or mother or Sister/brother)..... after all of this you're approaching the ship.... and leave forever....

(i'm sorry, but emotion does not make me find other words to describe this "life experience")

Review from Steam

I must admit, I played Eastshade first, and only then discovered that this little gem existed! I absolutely loved Eastshade, so for me it was a no-brainer to also buy this short game. Discovering it was made in 2017, it's truly incredible to see that this demo already had the graphical fidelity that we now know and love of Eastshade. I think this game will make a great introductory game before playing Eastshade, but playing them in reversed order (like I did) is equally interesting. Very cool to see what came before the main game, and the attention to detail that went into the story and lore (if you pay attention, you'll see quite a few setups that pay off in the final game). Very cool little experience this was, equally relaxing as the main game, I'd recommend you check it out!

Review from Steam

This is a really short, but extraordinarily beautiful walking simulator. Your character is going on a journey and she has to say goodbye to everyone before she leaves.
The game itself is really beautiful with beautiful background music and sounds. The biggest thing that bothered me is that the character moved really slow and therefore it took a lot longer to go where you want to go, however it gives you that extra time to enjoy the scenery.
The achievements are really easy to complete, however most of the achievements are missable, therefore it would be wise to go through the achievements before actually starting the game. It took me about 40 minutes to complete the game, however I need to idle the game a lot longer to unlock all the trading cards.
Overall I think this is an awesome game with a few mini games as well. It is also really cheap, as I bought it on a super sale. Really relaxing and easy to complete.

Review from Steam

This is a very short prequel that was published before Eastshade. I'm surprised it's not offered free. Wait for a sale if you want to get it. I played it first a year or two ago, before playing Eastshade, and was a little confused by it. Now that I have played through Eastshade recently on 2 separate characters, I appreciate this very short story more, and understand everything in it. Actually, I'm going to say that this game is better as a sort of epilogue to the primary game - showing us the history behind the stories on Eastshade. It's quite sentimental for that, and I enjoy it very much.

Review from Steam

Such a magnificent piece of ART, So relaxing soundtracks and atmosphere. It felt like I just got mixed into the environment and nostalgia of the protagonist.