Screenshot Saturday Sundays! Unlike certain sea-dwellers on the site, I’ve already caved and cranked in the heating regarding a long, cold winter – so why not get her toasty too and wrap upward for another batch of wonderful videogame screenshots? Immediately: picturesque platforming, sentient seeds, Welsh country scary, and trilobites.
Let’h start today’s session along with a little art history, will we?
Jump within, we’re going fishing!#TheMastersPupil #gameDev #indieGame #madewithunity #screenshotsaturday pic.tweets.com/9fLnPBVrGF
— Pat Naoum Video games (@patnaoumgames) October 16, 2020
In a bizarre act associated with Grand Theft Monet, Pat Naoum’s painted platformer The Master’s Pupil begins the show by nicking a boat right out from the French artist’s 1874 artwork Le Pont d’Argenteuil. As the transition is looking a small shaky right now, there’h a take pleasure in scrolling the feed plus seeing how Naoum has selected to deconstruct various works, isolating them into layers and choosing which parts can be sliced off for puzzle platforming development.
Sticking with “book platformers with neat looks”, our own next entry is tumbling seed products at the particular bottom of the world.
Got component way through editing the brand new trailer this #screenshotsaturday but held getting distracted by the NZ election. Here’s the title uncover scene as a teaser.#indiegame #gamedev #NewZealand #godotengine pic.tweets.com/wxrJvTsNSY
— Bardsley Creative – Seedlings (@Seedlings_Game) October 17, 2020
Seedlings has sprouted upward within this column before, but it’s always worth checking within in your plants to see exactly how they’ve grown. What I actually love about this week’h post is the motion, including a whole new level associated with depth to the photo-collage seem of Bardsley’s botanic experience.
Besides, it’s uncommon that a game takes all of us the way down to Brand new Zealand – rarer still regarding one to set itself within the valleys of Wales.
Hey it’s an odd #screenshotsaturday 👻
Here’s the few shots from Chasing Stationary, my lo-fi first-person psychological scary. It’s a puzzle adventure regarding being lost and alone within the Welsh countryside.#gamedev #indiedev pic.twitter.com/eCmipyc7b9
— Nath H (@sickchickstudio) October 17, 2020
With Watch Dogs Legion busy cyberpunk’ing up Greater london, I’ve been thinking the lot about how underused various other parts from the British Isles are usually in games. Taking us in order to the oft-neglected valleys of Wales, Chasing Static is a moody-first person spooker inspired by 80s Sci-Fi horror and contemporary surrealist cinema – boasting a weird lo-fi 3D look we’lso are sure to see an entire lot more of within the run-up to Halloween.
Finally… challenge ye enter Da Trilobite Area?
oh?? it’s your own first time in 𝙙𝙖 𝙩𝙧𝙞𝙡𝙤𝙗𝙞𝙩𝙚 𝙯𝙤𝙣𝙚? where procedurally generated trilobites roam free?
well, take it easy, compadre…. these ‘bites don’t bite…..#gamedev #screenshotsaturday pic.twitter.com/yCeWWxWOsN
— brady soglin (@bradysoglin) October 17, 2020
In a followup Tweet, Brady Soglin would such as to apologise for any insinuation how the the ‘bites don’t bite – they have got bitten during the past and will perform so again. Take care within the zone, readers.