Whatchu Workin' On? Tell us!

No, not really. Didn't know chipper + sons

I try to create a cartoon style platformer and combine 3D and 2D elements

Whatchu Workin' On? Tell us!

I'm currently working on game mechanics for a platformer game in Unity.
I don't know if it will become a complete game one day, I'm not satisfied with the jumping behaviour of my character yet.
The Interface is still prototype, but almost all game elements work.
Need some more enemies now...

Chocobo Panic Space Review

Thank you for this nice review!

A hint to get to the red block:
Some blocks can be moved by the chocobo

Ankharia Review

ACIA was a very cool game with nice graphics. There were some differences in gameplay though. For example the player was always moving like in the old pacman arcade games. And there were some pickups to collect when you destroyed a block.
but best part was the integrated level editor. I loved creating my own levels and saving them to disc.

The Screenshot Topic Returns

@Koa: Looks great, I love the high-res textures but I'm curious what engine this is being made in!


The engine is Unity 3D

The Screenshot Topic Returns

Ok, I so recognise that logo. Wasn't that from a rm2k3 game?

Looks great though, love the rock texture =).

Edit: So it was, just found it at my harddrive =). Though it was rm2k not 2003 XD.

Yes, it was an RM2K Project - Demo only.
This will be the remake.

The Screenshot Topic Returns

The cliffs need some more contrast, IMO.
But looks great.

My current work:


Well, I'm still working on it.
I still get bug reports and work on some details.
And a friend records some audio files, that I have to include when they are finsihed.
So, there will at least be 2 or 3 more update versions of the game until its really finished.


Betatest ended yesterday with some minor bug reports. So, yes, relase will be tomorrow. I still have to fix some things and write a more detailed game descrition though.

€dit: As promised, the full version is now available.

Have fun!


Because the whole game is egypt theme based and so are ankhs.
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