Trapped. These are the first words that enter your mind as you awake within the stale, abandoned mansion. You and four other people have awoken to find themselves trapped here. And you are not alone.

Report article RSS Feed Adding The Environments - Akeldama Update!

This is a small, "pictureful" update on the visual style of Akeldama.

Posted by wolfbrother9393 on Feb 7th, 2011

It's hard for me to actively update my game because my game hinges almost entirely on its story, complemented by hopefully engaging gameplay but the main focus is the characters and the players reactions to them (I think the gameplay is quite good though).Today I thought I'd upload some artwork advancements that have been made. The above image is with default textures and the one below is with the textures I've made.The idea was to make a dark, unsaturated, bland colored environment to add to the loneliness and neglected nature of the mansion. It's still got a bit of work to go but I'm quite pleased with my work. I've never thought of myself as a pixel artist (and I'm not) but it's uplifting to see that I can still accomplish a visual style when I set my mind to it.
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Akeldama: The Game of Trust
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Released Feb 23, 2012
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