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“Who is He : Let Me Out” raises the environment in the 60s era, Indonesia. There are a lot of fascinating stories behind the creation of this game, one of them is the production of antique things in this game utilizing 3d objects. I’ve been spoken to one of the members who contributed to the creation of the 3d art objects in “Who is He : Let Me Out”

Because everything has a reason and a tale behind it 😉


3D Object in Who is He : Let Me Out

There are a lot of objects that have been created by Ilham, inspiration in support of the ancient objects in this game. Here are some ancient objects in Indonesia that are packaged in 3D objects:

1. Alvin’s House

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This building resembles a typical Dutch architectural portal in Indonesia. It’s where Alvin’s father, the village head of non-native (Dutch) descent, lives with his family










2. Onthel Bike

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A vintage bicycle with a big steer, wide tire diameter and a large round headlamp. Did you know that Alvin’s father always took Alvin and his sister, Jane, for a ride in the morning and evening? They’re very happy











3. Ulekan

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A pestle, one of the cooking tools used to grind and crush Indonesian’s spices. It is commonly made of stone or wood










4. Petromax Lamp

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In the past, electricity was scarce in Indonesia, therefore a kerosene-fueled Petromax Lamps was always used as lights at night. Now the lamp has become a silent friend that accompanies Alvin through long nights.

Well, I guess that’s plenty to share you about antique things in this game , hehe! is it intriguing enough for you? Yes, I believe so!
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