Raindrop is a surreal, environment driven, first-person
survival game that includes fully explorable levels,
with intuitive and complex puzzles, backed by a horror
themed story line.
Really doesn't have the same feeling as the Source version, this really seems more "mystic" and less eerie than the older one. I miss Source.
More Source fans. Perhaps they are planning to make the game like this in the first place plus the fact you cant tell what mood the game is portraying in this screenshot looks a damn sight better than anything I have seen done with source engine. Why is it mods or games get so much crap when they make a decision to move off source engine there are other good engines out there and if all good developers used source engine it would be severely limiting what they can achieve. Karma me down if you want but i feel we should be more accompanying to developers choice of engine that's all.
This game looked better on Source and that's mostly because Unity is a mediocre engine at best.
True that. I'm using it myself, but I gotta admit that UNity has it's strenghts in cross-platform and ease of use, not graphics.
@Jokerme comparing this to old Source shots since i have followed Raindrops progress a while i disagree. I have looked into both engines myself and Unity is basically like a blank canvass imho you program in lighting features and graphical features as needed where as source to a degree is all provided for you. However both engines while Source i consider a little dated are good with pros and cons on each.
You can really tell that Valve fans never use other engines.
I loved Source, but this is crazy good. These guys stuck with Source for a while, but it looks to me like they outgrew it....and, yes, the screenshot titled Mystic Forest looks...mystic. Not sure how this is a bad thing.
Oh wow, this is looking great.
This looks fantastic!
Looks different but still cool!
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