Saurian is an open world, survival based game experience, giving players the opportunity to take control of several different species of dinosaur. Players will attempt to survive through several life stages, fulfilling physical needs while avoiding predators and environmental hazards in a dynamic landscape that reflects current knowledge of the game's setting, the Hell Creek ecosystem circa 66 million years ago. In a nutshell, the goal of Saurian is to provide the most captivating dinosaur experience ever developed for commercial gaming, giving the player the first true chance to live like a dinosaur.
We are currently hard at work on a playable prototype and are doing all within our power to have this out as soon as possible, so be sure to keep watching our pages for updates!
Hello Saurian fans on IndieDB,
We are just touching base with you about Saurian's year so far, realising we have been quiet on this site during that time. This is mostly because at the end of January we launched our own website, which you can visit at www.sauriangame.com
Through this site we have released a selection of new information about Saurian, profiles of our development team so you can get to know the people behind the game, details on the world of Saurian, and an FAQ page to hopefully answer some of the more common questions.
Additionally we have revealed a whole lot of new concept art, including that of new animals. Some of these will come to indieDB very soon, but most will remain exclusive to the website.
View all of this and more at www.sauriangame.com
In the proceeding months our devs have also been interviewed by several sources around the web. Through these you can gain some more insight into the development of Saurian.
Dinologue interview: Dinologue.com
Love in the Time of Chasmosaurs interview: Chasmosaurs.blogspot.com.au
Unity3DNews Podcast interview: U3dnews.com
For now we leave you with this little tease for something coming soon:
Thank you for your continued support,
Saurian development team
Latest tweets from @sauriangame
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Mar 23 2015, 11:37am
@TetZoo oh yeah, lots of speculation on dimorphism. keyword 'speculation'. Was actually curious on what specimen was estimated at age 36
Mar 23 2015, 11:30am
@leafdoctor would it be possible to chat with you about Hell Creek flora? We have questions. So many questions.
Mar 23 2015, 11:24am
Mar 23 2015, 10:13am
@TetZoo Any idea what specimen of T. rex was the geezer?
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