WASD to move. 1234 and F to interact. Mouse to click on buttons.


So Spoke the Leviathan is a dark and mysterious adventure. Play as a young girl who tries to navigate the depths of the ocean, conversing with monsters, solving puzzles, and trying to stay alive. Do you have what it takes to traverse the deep dark depths?


So Spoke the Leviathan is a a student game that is a mix between an adventure game and a puzzle platformer. It is a submission to the Stout Game Expo. The game currently has only one level.


Emily Pickhardt: Art, Original Concept

Ashley Uecker: Art. Animation

Katie Valentine: Art

Matteo Vera: Programming, Writing, Sound

StatusIn development
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(1 total ratings)
AuthorMatteo Vera
GenreAdventure, Puzzle, Role Playing
Made withUnity
Tags2D, Atmospheric, Fantasy, Female Protagonist, Puzzle-Platformer, Short, Singleplayer, Unity
Average sessionA few minutes
InputsKeyboard, Mouse


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This was really cool! The music choice was spot on and the art was very nice.


Here's a little Let's Play I did! 

Really cool concepts. I got blocked a lot. 
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Sorry about the state of the game. We made a bunch of quality of life updates recently, so it was kind of sad to see you struggling with a bunch of stuff we fixed, like prompts explaining how to drop items and explaining fishing. You did beat the level but I hadn't implemented the prompt telling you that yet. I also rewrote and edited some of the dialogue. 

Unfortunately, more content won't be added to the game, but you were super close to beating the part with the altar. Funnily enough, you got the quiz questions right without reading the stories that are supposed to give the answers.

Thanks so much for making the let's play, because of COVID we weren't able to watch people playing the game at our college expo so it was nice to get some feedback.

Fantastic art and music is a great choice. Soft locked because I can't relight the candles. Overall pretty decent.

Thank you.

As far as the candles go... the altar demands flesh.