To hear other villagers tell it, the man was an abusive father. He stood in the middle of his dimly-lit cottage with a jar stuck on his head, and I knew it was time to strike. He'd never see it coming. I pulled out my canvas, and I began to paint.
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Eastshade is so pretty that I want to paint it. Fortunately, that's exactly what I'll be doing in the game. You play as a travelling painter on a massive Morrowind-looking island where you can compose paintings anywhere. Characters will give you items and secrets in exchange for them. I'm intrigued.
The recent financial success of The Witness goes to show that people are happy to simply wander around game worlds. Sure there are puzzles to solve, but you're mostly free to just exist. An indie title by the name Eastshade looks like it's taking the same tack, except you get to take paintings of the scene.