Escape: Sierra Leone is an exploration-based first person survival/exploration game set during the Sierra Leone civil war. It is truly open and allows the player limitless freedom. No invisible walls, no set quests, and a dynamic story.

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Devil_Diamond_Games
Devil_Diamond_Games

now you just need to fix it to one of the hands, but looks good

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Slayer_2 Author
Slayer_2

Yeah, baby steps :P

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InsanityPays
InsanityPays

you need an animator desperately, but when it comes to gameplay you're in the clear

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Slayer_2 Author
Slayer_2

Yeah, it's hard to find any animators skilled with CryEngine 3, my ads for paid work have gone mostly unnoticed.

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sbseed
sbseed

and anytime you need something desperately you find a cornucopia of nothingness...

or at least people who get annoying by the second... and then you have to give em the boot because they think they are gods gift to gaming.

lmao, things are never simple even when looking for people to work on stuff.

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A quick video showing a basic, yet vital gameplay mechanic: drinking water from bottles and lakes (or other fresh water sources). Also, I demonstrate the ability to refill an empty bottle while drinking from a lake. Note that there are no sound effects for drinking yet, so it's a little unexciting. Also, you can watch the developer stat readouts on the top left of the screen to see updates on when the player loses food/sleep/water stats, and what his current food/water stats are sitting at.

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