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The Basics Of Sacred Geometry is a game about interactive 3D graphics and Unreal Engine 4 made by using engine content and engine tools only. No have own 3D-models, audio, no textures and there is no way to work with other software. The main idea for the project is to make a kind of introduction to interactive 3D graphics for beginners. But it isn't an interactive tutorial.

You play as a beginner in the Sacred Geometry. Explore mysterious chapters, scroll the magic wheel and read the sacred texts from engine's documentation.

The first 7 chapters are available now in the demo version. The full release will suppose to contain up to 20 chapters and a large sandbox-level.

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Updated 29.06.18 ver.

StatusIn development
PlatformsWindows, Linux
Rated 4.9 out of 5 stars
(9 total ratings)
Made withUnreal Engine
TagsAbstract, Altgame, artgame, Experimental, First-Person, ue4, ue4jam, uejam, Unreal Engine, Walking simulator
Average sessionAbout a half-hour
LinksHomepage, press kit


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Click download now to get access to the following files:

Sacred Geometry demo (Win64) 111 MB
Sacred Geometry demo (Win32) 85 MB
Sacred Geometry (Linux) 158 MB

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This is great introduction to 3D graphics and people playing this will learn about the magic behind games. The visuals are super dreamy and mysterious; it maked me want to explore. I think the only thing this project lacks is a sense of direction. For instance, the osculation part was confusing because I wasn't sure if I was suppose to keep jumping off the ballon things nor did I understand why I should jump. Sometimes, however, this lack of direction added a puzzle element that I liked. For instance, chapter 6 used this well when you had to click to activate different actions. I'm excited to see how this project will turn out in the future. 


Thank you for such detailed feedback! 


I just replayed it and it is still amazing. Something right out of the unreal ;)

Thank you:)


It's a shame that the jam wasn't a success, but I'm glad you made this game anyway! It's odd in a great way, all the patterns are a pure delight for the senses, and it was surprising for me to see what kind of cool stuff one can still make with the Unreal Engine. It's educational, weird and beautiful at the same time! That's why I recommended it on our blog and also made a short gameplay video. :) Keep up the great work, Yuliya, you have it in you! <3

Best wishes,

Thank you, Sebastian! I'm glad you like this game and I appreciate your support)


Heh, you can always count on me to give my best to support you. You are an amazing person!

Confusing but very cool.


Incredible and absolutely gorgeous! Looking forward to the full release, and I'll enjoy experiencing it again until then. Thank you! (: