Also debuting is our specially crafted Official Animated Trailer
Developer Message: As the creator of this game, I want to share the real experience and emotions that I felt while developing Wait! Life is Beautiful! I believe that the game can help those who are confused find clarify and give hope to those who need it. Also, please do not forget that there is always a way out, and life is really wonderful when you get through the darkness.
The process of playing Wait! Life is Beautiful! is similar to watching a film that stimulates a nerve, especially when the viewer finds themselves immersed in the protagonist's anxious state of mind. At the center of the plot is a young guy, an ordinary clerk, he is not at all a hero, and certainly not a magician. Watching him, we are instilled with his emotions such as tiredness from the monotony of life and depressing thoughts about the meaninglessness of life. However, there is a desire to change his life for the better, to look for a new meaning - in empathy, compassion, while helping others.
As we try to engage in dialogue with potential suicide victims, we can study their problems and carefully choose the right words in an attempt to talk them down. This can be difficult because the main character tends to cover up his fear with black humor and an ironic attitude to what is happening. This is his defensive reaction. Against the background of stress from the stories he heard and his regrets about the departed, the main character begins to see dark psychedelic dreams that give rise to a feeling of approaching madness.
However, do not forget: all events and characters in the game are fictional. Moreover, the game does not aim at saving everyone. The only purpose is to make you think.
Dramatic Music Plays and GameNet are excited to announce the release of a free demo of their very special upcoming game title Wait! Life is Beautiful! ― an interactive psychological thriller about suicide, based on developer’s personal experience and meant to raise the mental health awareness. From August 6 players will be able to download Wait! Life is Beautiful! Prologue and walk a mile in the main character’s shoes, living just one day on the Suicide Bridge in attempts to save some desperate souls. The demo is available for press and influencer review from July 28.
Playing Wait! Life is Beautiful! is like watching a spine-tingling film or TV show where the viewer is in the main character’s tense mental state. The story revolves around a young ordinary office clerk, he isn't a hero or a wizard, but an average citizen.As we watch him, we lose ourselves in his emotional state. He’s exhausted by the monotony of life and hounded by thoughts about the meaninglessness of existence. He starts wanting to change something in his life, to find new meaning in compassion and empathy, while trying to help others. While entering a dialog with potential suicide victims, he will investigate their problems and will need to carefully choose the right words. It isn’t easy since the main character tends to hide his fear of difficult subjects with black humor and an ironic attitude toward the world around him. Ultimately, it’s his defense mechanism. In light of the stress of hearing these people’s stories and his pity for the departed, the main character experiences gruesome psychedelic dreams that give rise to the sensation of an approaching mental breakdown.
“This is not a topic for everyone, but why is that? Surely it should be for everyone.” - says Egor Perviy, head of Dramatic Music Plays. “After all, a public taboo around it creates the artificial isolation of those who are affected by it. Sure we have made some positive strides, but far too many are still stigmatized, simply due to a lack of education. And here we come to the root of the problem; the unnecessary stigmatization of the topic at hand that in turn leads to an acquired fear of the unknown, and ultimately a lack of social education and understanding.”
The full story is coming soon:
W!LiB! Prologue, one day of Will’s life:
W!LiB! Prologue, one day of Will’s life: