Veronica Dunyushkina
writer for visual media
Game writing

Examples of my work from various test tasks.
Text-based games
(a game prototype developed in the process of Game Writing in English course)
crispy_bites.ink
(the one that was actually finished)
tribute.ink
Emily's friend struggles with depression. While she is scared to admit she has the same problem, she wants to lift his spirits up.
Play on itch.io
What else?
There is always more. Here are some of my projects.
Drea, visual story and concept
Sample of the concept:
"It's not black and white, it's like colour TV."
A subtle visual story filled with symbolism.
Aesthetics are of gentle flowers and of strong sturdy stems with spikes. Of held breath yet of fresh cold morning air. It's about the rich dark and the thin light. I want every dark bit to feel like deep music in the night and every light bit like early morning air. Overwhelm.
The whole storyline can be compared to espresso: waiting a minute, stirring to break and mix the layers, taking a first sip that hits you, then breaking down the flavours as you go, and then flowing in the aftertaste.
ZERO, web-series concept and screenplay
Sample of the screeplay:
A CUSTOMER enters the café and orders RADA two coffees to go. ZOEY is helplessly observing.

CHRISTINE
(turning to LISA)
(clears her throat)
If you think that only you have these problems – no, everyone has them. I am also underpaid, and I also get tired, and I am also sleep-deprived. The world is unfair and it doesn't revolve around you. Accept it and quit whining.
(pause)
(as if into the air)
Ugh, I am so sick of everyone's constantly complaining.
(returns into her phone)

LISA guiltily lowers her eyes and starts eating her piece of cake.
The Dry Leaf, graphic short story concept and script
Sample of the script:
PANEL THREE
Above the phone there's a small bookshelf (with address books, notebooks etc). The boy has put a chair below the phone and is climbing it as well as reaching for his mom's small dark notebook with black cover and red back. The door has been closed – SLAM.

PANEL FOUR
The boy is in full height standing on the chair: the phone in his right hand put to his right ear and the notebook opened in his left hand.
THE BOY: PLEASE, CAN YOU HELP?

PANEL FIVE
On the black background, A MAN IN A DARK OFFICE SUIT holding the phone in his left hand, his face is blurred.
A MAN: WE'LL TAKE CARE OF IT

PANEL SIX
The boy has a mild smiley hopeful face on, hanging the phone on the wall – CLICK.
Prototype
Interested in cooperation?
I am always on the look out for interesting projects,
and if you are looking for a writer,
contact me:
veronika.d@tuta.io
Hannover, Germany
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