A downloadable game for Windows


Our story begins in Marlins house; who is Marlin you ask? Well Marlin is a talented wizard, powerful beyond compare. Sure he's forgetful, careless and messy but that's not important when you are one of the most revered wizards around. Our story however isn't about Marlin, no, our story is about his apprentice, Steve.

Steve has been with Marlin for many years; being apprenticed to the messiest wizard in the world is no easy task but Steve excels. He spends his days tidying up after Marlin, cleaning the lab after all of his many failed spells and indeed the successful ones too.

Steve has always managed to clean up after Marlin's many experiments, even the one where he turned all of the villages sheep into slugs was a relative walk in the park for our would be hero. This time however, things may prove to be a little difficult....
'Steve', is a puzzle game set in the era, when Wizards, walked amongst men. You must find your way through the broken worlds, collecting the shattered shards, in order to bring it together again. As you progress through the game,

Steve will grow as a person and learn new things. Use these new abilities to help you through your quest!


JForth Designs - AKA Unfamillia.

back story

I created this game for the 2015 Indie Game Contest, held by the team over at GameDevFort. It was a month long competition and I only noticed the competition 2 weeks in. So, I made this in 2 weeks. There a re a few little bugs here and there, but, nothing game breaking. I will continue to develop the game and will be adding more levels, more story and more fun.


You can contact me via email - jay@jforthdesigns.co.uk

I made this game in two weeks for the GameDevFort Indie Game Contest.

More information

Published1 year ago
Tags3D, 3D Platformer, cartoon, cell-shaded, First-Person, jforthdesigns, low-poly, steve, unfamillia
Asset licenseAll rights reserved
Average durationAbout a half-hour
InputsKeyboard, Mouse
Player countSingleplayer

Install instructions

It's quite simple really, just download, extract the files to folder or your desktop and double click the file called Steve.exe.

Oh, and enjoy......you must always enjoy!