We would like to thank everyone for your kind words and support !
Here is a quick Q/A for some questions you asked the most.
-Why don’t you post updates more often ?
-> Our team is composed of two humans and two cats, unfortunately one of these cat is responsable of the communication.
-Platform release ?
-> PC and maybe PS4/Xbox1/CPC6128/Atari2600/…
-When can I play this game ?
-> Not soon, we are still at the very beginning of the creation process (preprod / R&D). We need few more years to make what we want.
-Early access ?
-Is it a dynamic procedural systemic survival open world (etc…) game ?
-Game genre ?
-> A third person solo adventure game.
-At what period the game take place ?
-> In an indefinite period.
-Are you recreacting Kowloon Walled City ?
-> KWC is one of our main inspiration, but we want to create our very own unique dystopian city.
-Is there a newsletter to be notified when there is an update ?
-> The best way to have news is to follow us on twitter/facebook/devblog
-Where is the donate button ? How can I help ?
-> Supporting us with comments and virtual hugs is actually a big boost for us.
-Where are you from ? Hong Kong ?
-> South of France !
It’s still very rough right now, but after 14450221 iterations on the jump and fall detection, we’ve managed to have something that works (well . . . most of the time).
Hey guys !
It’s been long time since the last update so here it is :
We’ve been pretty busy on working on the cat behaviour.
This took us a lot of time because we had to learn how all the gameplay/animation thing works.
I have spent a lot of time to have correct collision for the cat. Seeing that the character controller in unreal 4 is mainly for biped, there was a lot to do to have the cat collided with the world without his head passes through walls or to have it walking on small surfaces without falling (it maybe seems easy but for me it was a real headache).
So here’s 2 quick videos showing some progress on the cat behaviour (Keep in mind that it’s really wip).
The “air conditioning stairs” 🙂
Having fun with the Procedural trash placer BP from Ammobox Studios !