What are you currently working on?

Discussion in 'Game Design' started by ChiefRedThunder, Oct 10, 2008.

  1. ChiefRedThunder

    ChiefRedThunder New Member

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    I haven't seen a good thread in a while about what everyone has been up to, so lets hear it, show it, whatever. No need to be shy here.

    Currently we are working on our first flash game (Star Raider) a 2d shoot'em up. Right now it is in Alpha, and next week it should be in Beta.

    Carry on Designers:cool:
     
  2. xelanoimis

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    He,he - I like these threads (motivating somehow).
    I'm between projects right now. Started work on my 3D engine (yeah I know what people say...), but I had to delay it for a while and look into mobile games - I'll have a small demo soon.
     
  3. Mtg_kirin

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    im working on a small 3d turn based/stradegy game for XBL. Not far enough to show anything or for anyone to get there hopes up of it finishing :p
     
  4. JGOware

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    Christmas Clix! - An arcade match em up for the kids and young at heart. ;)
     
  5. Grey Alien

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    Christmas Clix! URL does not exist, I presume that's why you posted a winking smiley?

    I'm just finishing off a game programmed under contract for BFG. Will be released in November. Can't say more.
     
  6. JGOware

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    Yah..waiting for some final media to come in.

    "I'm just finishing off a game programmed under contract for BFG. Will be released in November. Can't say more.."

    Always with the hush hush!!! :)
     
  7. Applewood

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    Got fingers in a few pies at work, but this is what I'm doing when I get home. Clone me up!! :)

    [​IMG]

    This is still intended to go out free if I ever finish it, but my artist who was very kindly doing his bit gratis too seems to have dissappeared :(
     
  8. TimS

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    still... finishing... touches... on... Blobyrinth.

    wheeze.

    I'm out of shape.

    Anyway... I'll add a touch of color to the thread:

    [​IMG]

    -Tim

    [edit] -- Holy wow Applewood beat me to the adding color thing... a bit. [/edit]
     
  9. TeeGee

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  10. Applewood

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    That's some art!
     
  11. Grey Alien

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    If it was my own game I'd blab, but as I'm under NDA it would be bad form.
     
  12. JGOware

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    Ofcourse, I was just havin some funnin. :)
     
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    sorry double post..
     
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    I am working on "BraveKid's Summer Job in Outer Space" this is temporary programmer's art..

    [​IMG]

    And some other things that I have no screenshots for yet..

    that art upthere is awesome, blobirint looks interesting thing too, isn't that in development for a while already.

    The 3d tower-defense-ish game upthere also looks very interesting but the colours seem totaly too saturated to me.
     
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  15. Applewood

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    Yeah, our resident design genius is adding a bit of taste to the sidepanels and menus when he can free up some time. Can't wait to see that!

    The in-game stuff is a bit primary coloured on purpose - the screen gets *seriously* cluttered at times.

    Hopefully it'll look a bit more subtle once all the new buttons and panels are in place.
     
  16. Maupin

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    I'm working on an oldschool style platform/puzzle game about a cat exploring a huge castle. Due to real life distractions (that's my excuse) it's taking me forever.
     
  17. TimS

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    Yep... so very long in development. So very, very long.

    Also, I really want to add my props to the art put up by TeeGee there. Wow. That game is looking really good.

    -T
     
  18. JoKa

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    Final testing nearly completed, soon to come: Feyruna 2

    Screenshot

    The gameplay is completely different to part 1. This time you need to think before starting the action. You need to guide and protect magic spheres on their way to the druids.
     
  19. JGOware

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    For some reason that screen shot is making my eyes want to focus. Perhaps the background is a bit too blury or needs to be darker?!?!
     

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