After Reset Aims to be Next Big Post-Apocalyptic RPG
Recently funded indie game After Reset is now in development after funding their prequel graphic novel. This is to be a game that spans multiple chapters per game, and is set after the events of a thermonuclear apocalypse that essentially ended civilization.
Aside from the obvious inspiration drawn from the Fallout series and Planescape: Torment, After Reset is to develop its own unique atmosphere through a different style wasteland, predominately by the presence of less dilapidated cities and advanced technology that was carried forward into this reality 132 years after the apocalypse.
Black Cloud Studios plans to release a prologue sometime this Fall and there’s plenty of content on their page to get you acquainted with this world before you get your feet wet.
‘THE LION’S SONG'is a short dialog-driven Point&Click Adventure Game I created for Ludum Dare 30 in August 2014.
You can download and PLAY IT HERE
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This was unbelievably thought-provoking, touching, inspiring, and interesting. The atmosphere of the game is conveyed in such a way that it can be taken in a few different ways. There is a wealth of creativity in the Ludum Dare game jams. If you’re big into indie games (especially free ones) you’ll find plenty of treasure if you follow that link. Check out these brilliant designers games, or enter the competitions yourself if you’re a developer or game design hobbyist.
Particularly, The Lions Song is a must play, game time is estimated at 10 minutes, and it gets deep.
This is Miku, the main character in Submerged.
It’s an understatement to say that there are multiple competing factors when designing a game character. Thankfully, we had the talented Annie Fix to work with, and she did a great job of interpreting our conflicting demands. What follows is a…
Uppercut Games is currently working on their IP Submerged, built in Unreal Engine 4. Their blog is filled with development posts that give you a good inside look into how games are built on current generation engines.
Some screenshots from the game, without giving too much away ;)
Link if you wanna play!
Game dev and Idea goes all too Dominic Szablewski
Very addicting free-to-play browser game, a bit reminiscent of the old DOOM. We’ve been bombarding you with kickstarters lately so here’s a game that should get a bit more attention. Perfect if you’re bored at work or school!
Hey Pokémon trainers don’t forget to go on to mystery gift to get your free level 50 pinsir or heracross. Then stop in at your local GameStop to get a mega stone to mega evolve them.
Graphite Lab Games has a kickstarter up that’s about half way funded for their current project Hive Jump.
This highly stylistic sidescroller features per-pixel dynamic lighting using Sprite Lamp and a Gunstar Heroes-like gameplay (remember the old school radial shooters?). This isn’t just a chaotic slaughterfest insecticide however, there’s an actual goal. You’re going for the queen, the heart of this little bug problem.
The game has been Greenlit on Steam, and the kickstarter has 16 days left!