This is the first iteration of the game "Resonate". After much support from gamers and indie developers alike, I started development on this project soon...
Resonate is a hybrid perspective shifting puzzle/platformer in which the player switches between 2D Top-Down views and 3D First Person views to get the whole picture. Using platforming abilities to solve complex puzzles, you will need all you can get to maneuver your way through this game. There is no story. There is no motif. No fluff. Just you. And me. Let's sit down and talk, shall we?
There will be a total of 5 Levels with each carrying 5 stages. Each stage introduces a new mechanic and new ways to solve a myriad of problems.
Experience the project yourself!
I have been keeping up with nightly builds of the game but due to other projects going out the door for me, I will be only publishing weekly builds on my website, until it gets to the actual development of the core game. Until then feel free to lurk about! (http://www.thekeithnieves.com)
I also stream development of Resonate every day M-F 9am-4pm (EST). Sometimes, it's paperwork, sometimes I'm coding, either way its a way you guys can get involved in the process via chat.
If you want to support this game feel free to leave feed back here or on Greenlight!
This is the first iteration of the game "Resonate". After much support and feedback from gamers and indie developers alike, I started development on this project full-time soon after launching the prototype. Numerous bugs have been fixed and all releases have been tested (Mac / Win / Linux).
Resonate v1.0.1a - Mac
GL Lines not rendering correct colors (Windows & Linux users)
Optimized Ping System (Reduces Lag)
Various Design Changes Throughout Entire Game
Please support the development of this game through participating in our AlphaFunding program through Desura or Upvoting this game on GreenLight! More frequent builds will become available to AlphaFunding members as well as having an integral part in the development process of this game through testing and feedback.
Any feedback is greatly appreciated! And of course, thank you so much for your support thus far!
Feedback can be posted through this Google Form!