[PC][Top-down][Arcade] Resuffer: Down the Rabbit Hole

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  1. The Psychiartist

    The Psychiartist New Member

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    Hi, everyone

    I've been working solely on this arcade game for the past 18 months, and it is finally in the Beta stage.
    It is a top-down game where you navigate a cursed rabbit various labyrinths and if you touch any of the walls you die immediately.

    The game is a modern take on a lot of the classics from Blockade, Pac-Man, Nokia Snake, Pepsiman to our current more advanced 3D platformers. Even the cubes design was created as a 3D symbolism for pixels! Resuffer has also been influenced by the quickly punishing culture of indie games and the (die, learn, repeat) concept of the souls series.


    Here's the game trailer:


    Here's the game Steam page:



    Joint the game's discord to try the beta and give feedback:
    https://discord.gg/pWNNKMq

    We have awesome people there and I guarantee you, you'll enjoy your stay with us :D
     
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  2. and249

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    Killer trailer!! The game looks awesome!! Which game engine did you use to make the game?
     

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