Almost 7 months ago I started working as a one-man team on my first low poly multiplayer survival game Ostrofa in addition to my day job as a software engineer.
Making games alone is very, very hard and time-consuming, but the best part about it is that you can make all the decisions yourself.
I did not get a lot of sleep these months, but I feel that it was absolutely worth it and I feel very proud of what I've done so far.
I still have a long way to go, but to keep me motivated, I would love to hear your thoughts and feedback about the current progress of the game.
I know I am being very optimistic, but currently, I plan to get the beta version out by 22nd of August this year.
Here is official announcement trailer:
This is the official website where you can register for the beta/create your account & find more info about the game and support future...
What's a spririgon?
• A spirigon is an existing animal that has been possessed by an elemental spirit.
Why do they look different?
• Throughout the process of a creature being possessed by an elemental spirit, the creature goes through a mutation process and gains super natural abilities.
Domesticating a Spirigon
As a player, you are introduced to spirigons and a research team has shown you how they are domesticated with spirit shards, the elemental spirit is then captured through the process and becomes your familiar, a pact is created between the player and summoner along with a seal. Players are able to summon spirigons by releasing a spirit shard and breaking the seal. They are also capable of resealing them with the shard.
There are several oracles located throughout the region that are the head of an elemental dojo, these oracles specialize in a specific element and have spent years of training to hone its...
Hello there everybody!!
So, I was thinking on making a social media website only for game developers (like FB or Twitter) where developers can showcase their projects or share tips regarding game development and also users can do private messaging. There are also lot of features. The thread would be really long if I start writing about it.
My question is whether or not should I work on the project? I am open to suggestions.
Thanks in advance.
Do you guys want to be a part of a project? Would you like to help test and shape our project too? Want to be heard and give ideas or suggestions for a game?
Well I am Steve, I am leading a team Ultra Virtua Games and we are currently working on a project called Point Celeste.
Point Celeste is a Sci-fi Fantasy game about a crew who went to venture out looking for a planet to live on for humanity. However, your journey comes to a very tragic end as you crash land into the unknown planet.
During the game you will have to craft to survive and communicate with your team mates and find any survivors as you look for a way off the planet.
We have started a community server to help us communicate with other gamers so other people can see what we are developing and so we the developers can also communicate with other gamers.
We hope you join us in our journey
Hey guys, quick question- amongst the Epic Games and Discord Store announcements, there was one that was sort of skipped over that I found out about a week ago. Kongregate announced Kartridge, a new gaming platform that's indie friendly for publishing to. I was wondering if anyone has published a game on it and if so if they felt it was worth it. They claim it has a big userbase but I've barely heard about it and there's not many games on it, so I'm really interested to see if people have gotten a lot of feedback from their games on it.
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