A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux

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Inspired by Serial Experiments Lain, this game takes you on a surreal trip through a twisted virtual network. Uncover the secrets this world tries to hide from you: an artificial intelligence named "Fumiko"!

Fumiko! combines rewarding exploration with a new approach to 3D platforming. You'll quickly be unbound from gravity. No jump will be too short. Fumiko! is a sci-fi thriller that wants to be explored thoroughly.

In a single playthrough, lasting about 6-10 hours, you'll encounter:

  • 16 handcrafted and unique levels giving you a challenge, 14 social areas to explore ranging from small player homes to big public spaces
  • Enemy A.I.s seeking your destruction while you escape from the testing lab, unique abilities to bypass them
  • Fumiko overwriting her jump modules to gain ridiculous jump height, speeding through the air with the dash module
  • Collect 26 memory fragments to uncover the mystery behind the network
  • Supports the Xbox, Xbox360 and Steam Controller in addition to keyboard & mouse controls


Buy Now$6.99 USD or more

In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $6.99 USD. You will get access to the following files:

fumiko-windows-64.zip 267 MB
Version 15
fumiko-mac-universal.zip 282 MB
Version 8
fumiko-windows-32.zip 265 MB
Version 14
fumiko-linux-universal.zip 288 MB
Version 15

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Download demo

fumiko-mac-demo-universal.zip 166 MB
Version 7
fumiko-windows-demo-32.zip 149 MB
Version 14
fumiko-windows-demo-64.zip 151 MB
Version 14
fumiko-linux-demo.zip 170 MB
Version 14
100% Completion Guide PDF 2 MB

Development log


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Wow, that was unbelievably good. It's seriously one of my favourite games I've ever played - graphics, soundtrack, cool story, fascinating use of scale with progression, fun to control, and did I mention, gorgeous? Other than using the guide for the Kronos puzzles, and having to quit/restart the Escaping Wilson #2 section (freeing the particles didn't do anything, and the opponent had no effect), it was surprisingly intuitive go go through despite how abstract it is. Thank you for such a masterpiece.

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What a wholesome comment, thank you so much! I don't make much noise about Fumiko anymore, so people stumbling upon it and actually enjoying it make me really happy.

I know about this weird Wilson #2 bug but haven't found a fix yet. It tried debugging once and it was a weird chain of events leading to it. I thought I fixed it, but then it came back. I'm glad it's not a permanent thing, but bugs that happen randomly are usually the worst. :(

Thank you again!