Sala tells a story of doctor Zamenhof who is on a mission to cure his sick fiancee Elena. This would not be easy, because an ocean separates the lovers and the only means of transportation available is a small tugboat. If things were not strange enough it gets even more odd when the crew is forced to stop on a distant island...

Key features:

* 20-30 minutes of gameplay solving mysteries and puzzles
* A unique blend of traditional and digital art
* Intriguing characters enriched by a wonderful cast of voice actors

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Oh my goodness he has a pompadour!! I love him!

Anyone who knows me knows I love a good point'n'click game. And this is a GOOD point'n'click game!

The art style really is wonderful, the voice acting sounds a bit distant at times but it still excellent and the puzzles are intricate but not overly taxing. The only little niggle was that darn seagull! I strayed into his hitbox way too many times haha!

The end of the prologue and the knowledge that you guys aren't continuing development has left a hole in my life though, and it is sad that this project had to be shelved. But onwards and upwards, I wish you all the very best for the future and hope to see more great things from you all =) keep up the awesome work!

no download link or a claim button ,meh

This is quite possibly the most beautiful indie game I have played to date. This is directly from indie developers without large backing or names to ride fame upon. This game represents what I love about the indie community. The amount of time and effort which went into this game is truly unimaginable. I cannot believe the quality of the voice acting mixed in with such fantastical music. I am terribly saddened by the demise of this game before full development, however I completely understand considering my own circumstances. For a free HTML game which could have been a massive download alone, I am glad I had the luxury of playing such a wonderful experience. Despite the 3D models contrasting with the painted background, I cannot say a bad thing about this game due to the level of immersion you have placed through all of the story's elements. The artwork which hit me from the start screen was truly astonishing, throughout the entire game I was distracted by what appeared to be brush marks while playing it. It is such a beautiful gem of the internet. Again I am completely sympathetic as to why production could not continue, but it is certainly a shame to see it go. I LOVED this experience. The voice acting was so real, the emotions were extremely present behind the voices. This is a prime example of what the indie community has to offer worldwide, no matter what countries developers or gamers come from, it is amazing to see products such as this.  I picked up on a "German" accent of the characters, except for the kid and the captain, however this only added more depth to the game itself. Looking back on the experience, I am still in disbelief over such quality you have created for us to enjoy. I can only hope that you might continue development, despite circumstances, but this was indeed quite wonderful. I hope I gave justice to the emotions of this game with my silly video, Thank You!