FEZ fan, be on the lookout for this one!
I just got the proof for FEZZINE and oh my gosh. I am so excited and so overwhelmed by how well it has turned out. Here’s a preview gif of all of the work (sans my piece which is a pop-up to be mounted on that cloudy page and Ian’s piece which will have a flipbook on that bright violet spread!).
So many pieces left to show, and they’re all incredible. This is a small run of 100 zines as a sort of test to see how it goes, and we’ll see what happens from there! To everyone who contributed, and to everyone who has supported it with reblogs and kind words - thank you so much!
Made these papercraft cubes as replicas of the in-game ones. It really speeds up the translation process, you rotate it ‘till you find the symbol you need to translate and then you’ve got the corresponding Roman character.
My notes, a little late. I was too lazy to scan the page ;o. I bought a xbox360 just for this game, the 12/12/12. I finished the game during the month. The LT RT & cie things aren’t on this page. I wrote those things on pieces of paper which was lying around.
This is one of my later pages, and I’m uploading it because I’m curious about the “log cabin.” This is the house that you find as you ascend the trees, which happens to link to the graveyard. There are numbers, letters, and what may be a decimal point on the ends of the logs. The log-ends are identical in the forest and graveyard instances of the house.
This is not the only area in the game with seemingly deliberate but useless numbers. In Nu Zu, the bottom row of metal panels is composed of Zu numerals 0, 4 (vertical line), and 6 (horizontal line).
All my Fez notes. (Doesn’t include the alphabet since, once I figured out the trick to it, I used my husband’s cheat sheet.)
Since submitting requires a picture, there’s one of them. Here’s the whole.