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Prehysteria is an open-world, survival horror game set on an island somewhere in the middle of the Bermuda Triangle. Players awaken on the beach after surviving the sinking of the cruise ship they
were on, and they're the only survivor (three more survivors if playing co-op). The survivor(s) soon find out they're not alone on the island as it is populated by animals thought to have long been extinct...
So, the game is a survival-horror game set on a tropical island full of dinosaurs. There is no means of weaponry and no way to kill the prehistoric giants. You'll be armed with a flashlight that survives the wreckage, and numerous rocks you can pick up on the island to distract the larger carnivores for a short amount of time, or scare
the smaller ones away.
We'd like to eventually incorporate a co-op element later on during development with a drop-in/drop-out style of play.
The game is being developed by a small handful of experienced developers in the industry. Together we've worked on titles such as Paranormal/Paranormal: The Town, League Of Legends, Need For Speed and various films such as Les Miserables, Kick Ass, and more.
Just a short little update regarding the development of Prehysteria. I've had to halt all progress on the game as the GPU in my computer died a few days ago, and I have no way to work on the game. So, there's going to be some delay in terms of development until I can get a new graphics card for my PC.
That being said, the game is still being developed and since all of the programming, and level design is being done by me it's going to be a lengthy process, but I can assure you all that the end product will be worth it.
Thanks for following, and tracking the game. Down below are some conceptual art stuff regarding the player characters. We have a nerdy character of Stan Crichton, and the cruise-ship's captain, Michael Winston. Both of their names are plays on two very prominent people who were responsible for the amazing work in the Jurassic Park films. Michael Crichton being the writer of Jurassic Park, and Stan Winston being responsible for the amazing animatatronic work in the films. This is us honoring these two men who sadly passed away a few years ago.