Brunelleschi: Age of Architects

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  1. Angel (AgeOfArchitects)

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    Hey guys! A little about us real quick: We are a team of minorities ;) Our team at Aesop Games consist of 3 women and 1 man. Our passion is gaming and we want to lean more into VR. Our games will always be free-to-play and never pay-to-win.
    Currently our game is called Brunelleschi: Age of Architects. The game is a social strategy RPG set in the mythic Renaissance and it is available for browsers, our 3D client is for PC and we also have it available on Android and Oculus. Our Browser game is currently open-beta, we are hoping to reach 1.0 within the next month. The 3D Unity Client, android and oculus are still in alpha stage.
    The Browser game is available at BruneGame.com.
    The 3D Client Can be downloaded here.

    Here is our Steam Greenlight Video Trailer. We will be hiring someone to do another trailer later.


    Requirements for 3D PC Client ran in Unity 3D Engine:
    • Desktop:
      • OS: Windows XP SP2+, Mac OS X 10.8+, Ubuntu 12.04+, SteamOS+.
      • Graphics card: DX9 (shader model 3.0) or DX11 with feature level 9.3 capabilities.
      • CPU: SSE2 instruction set support.
    • iOS player will require iOS 7.0 or higher (dropping 6.0).
    • Android: OS 2.3.1 or later; ARMv7 (Cortex) CPU with NEON support or Atom CPU; OpenGL ES 2.0 or later.
    • WebGL: Any recent desktop version of Firefox, Chrome, Edge or Safari.
    • Windows Phone: 8.1 or later.
    • Windows Store Apps: 8.1 or later

    We want any and all feedback and criticism. We encourage anything constructive. Check our Trello for our bug reports and our updates on our Changelog for the 3D and phone Client and Changelog for the Browser Game

    Thanks for checking us out! You can also email me directly at aparker@aesopgames.com
     

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