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Labyrinth Hero will be a First Person puzzle game, you awaken to be outside of a cave that has just caved in. As it's raining you set off to find some shelter that has a closed manhole, you find a shack that sets off some music which you investigate to find out what's going on. You play a basic carnival game that somehow opens the man hole. Your curiosity takes you to see whats down this manhole...You find out you have fallen into a Labyrinth and must escape it.
*Please note* that this is my first actual game that I'm developing all by my self for my course (Which at the end of it I will still develop it even more!) So don't expect anything over the top, but I will be putting some time and effort into creating this.
Also depending on the quality in the end this will most likely be a Free Game! (If it's actually good quality in the end I will sell it for a cheap $1 to $5 price tag.)
In the future I want to add...
- Creation of Traps that will kill the player.
- Improved Graphics
- Improved Animations
- At least 100 levels of enjoyable puzzles
- Great sound quality and possibly create a soothing back track for the music
- Real Time Shadows (Need to upgrade to unity pro... After I get a new computer)
- Controllable A.I
- Possible chance of enemies.
- Creation of a proper player model.
- Map Creator!
Also, when a build has been released, positive criticism would be lovely! :)
So today I learnt how to create a trigger that will emit a sound that doesn't have to be part of the trigger itself. Meaning the first level is nearly complete to the degree I currently need it! :)
So in theory I just need to add some graphics here and there, make it slightly more obvious were to go and also make it so the player can proceed to the next scene/level.
By the end of my course I will release an 'incomplete demo' of what I have done so far in it (About a month or so away.) So by then you will get to have a shot at what I was able to do in my course's I am currently doing. Hopefully it's actually enjoyable for whoever plays it. But please, expect a 'first game' type thing. :)
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