Bloodhound is a first-person sci-fi adventure game with puzzle and shooter elements, set to release initially for PC and later for Mac. As a deep-space researcher who wakes from cryostasis aboard the crashed starship Bloodhound, you must investigate your surroundings to find answers. Why did your ship crash? Where are your crewmates? Why does this planet seem so familiar? Explore a strange alien world, solve puzzles to advance further into the unknown, and battle fearsome creatures to survive.

Image RSS Feed Latest Screens
Bloodhound ship exterior Bloodhound ship exterior Bloodhound ship exterior
Blog RSS Feed Report abuse Latest News: Bloodhound ship exterior

2 comments by Zerinity on Feb 2nd, 2014

After months of searching for a suitable ship model, the wait is finally over. Thanks again to the Unity Asset store - an invaluable resource for indie developers that allows a single designer with little art or coding skills to create a game of considerable magnitude - without which Bloodhound would be impossible.

Feast your eyes upon the Bloodhound starship, in all of its majestic glory. Capable of traveling at near light-speed, powered by antimatter reactors. Where once there were several such ships, now there is but one.

Bloodhound ship exteriorBloodhound ship exterior

Look at that mess. Hopefully some of that wreckage can be salvaged.


Media RSS Feed Latest Video
Post comment Comments
Zerinity Creator
Zerinity Jul 24 2014, 3:44am says:

Bloodhound has been officially postponed indefinitely. Zerinity Productions has partnered on a larger game, about which more info will come.

+1 vote   reply to comment
Irachtus Feb 3 2014, 11:01am says:

will it feature coop cause i would totally se me play this with my friends

+1 vote     reply to comment
Zerinity Creator
Zerinity Feb 4 2014, 12:31pm replied:

No plans for co-op yet.

+1 vote   reply to comment
11MisterD Nov 29 2013, 11:58am says:

The game idea is god,and god graphics,tracking the game!

+2 votes     reply to comment
Zerinity Creator
Zerinity Nov 29 2013, 4:48pm replied:

Thanks! It's always nice to hear encouraging words, especially from fellow gamers.

+1 vote   reply to comment
TheSniperFan Oct 13 2013, 7:20am says:

Honestly, I think you shouldn't provide a demo anytime soon.
As I am writing this, your game only has 4 watchers and little to no information provided.
I am only following this because a) you have posted actual content here (screenshots instead of concept arts or logos) and b) it reminds me a lot of System Shock 2 which is my favourite game.
Considering the screenshots you provided, there's still quite a lot of work to do.
Instead of rushing to provide a half-assed demo, I'd work on the game, post updates here from time to time in order to get people interested and release a demo that will make people talk about the game.
That's just my opinion though...
Whatever you do, do it right. ;)

+2 votes     reply to comment
Zerinity Creator
Zerinity Oct 14 2013, 12:58pm replied:

Thanks for your honesty. You make good points. As this is my first potentially commercial game, I'm still unsure about marketing. There's more content than is shown here, but still, perhaps you are right. Thanks again for your help.

+1 vote   reply to comment
TheSniperFan Oct 15 2013, 2:27pm replied:

Just a summary of the most commonly done mistakes:
1. Create a page for your game/mod here with no actual content and instead just provide a description and some concept arts/logos.
2. Post many small updates.
3. Rush your game/mod and release a poorly made demo.
4. Rush your game/mod and release a poorly made final product.

To put it simple: The most important investment is no book or computer program, but time.

The thing is that if you release an early demo, you can state that it's a WiP and nowhere near production quality as much as you like, people will think like this "poor demo -> poor game" and lose interest.

Take your time.

+1 vote     reply to comment
Zerinity Creator
Zerinity Oct 15 2013, 3:41pm replied:

Thanks again for taking the time to help. Your good advice will be taken into consideration. There's much content I can release before the demo, which, as you suggested, can wait until I generate more interest.

+1 vote   reply to comment
TheSniperFan Oct 11 2013, 9:53am says:

Well, I'll just sit back, track and see where this goes...

+2 votes     reply to comment
Post a Comment
click to sign in

You are not logged in, your comment will be anonymous unless you join the community today (totally free - or sign in with your social account on the right) which we encourage all contributors to do.

2000 characters limit; HTML formatting and smileys are not supported - text only

Windows, Mac
Developed By
Send Message
Official Page
Release Date
Game Watch
Track this game
Single Player
Embed Buttons

Promote Bloodhound on your homepage or blog by selecting a button and using the embed code provided (more).

Last Update
1 year ago
28 members