Tlom, The Legend of Mysta'h is a first-person old school adventure hack'n slash dungeon crawler with strong RPG and roguelike influences. And that it is, in a nuthsell.

Report article RSS Feed Development blog #1

Making the textures look a bit better from the old, minimalistic style, and working towards making the game's dungeons, gameplay and content.

Posted by ScrewJack on Jan 18th, 2013

Visual improvement

So before starting to create any dungeons, I have to get the visual looks of Mysta'h look how I want it. The old ones were originally made just to test different spaces in editor, and they look really minimalistic. I wanted a really Daggerfallish feeling look into this, so I made something out within an hour, and I must admit, it looks pretty nice so far :).

Visual improvement
It looks pretty neat in game !

FPS-Creator may not be the #1 engine for making a game like this, but it however is really powerfull, and offers great fast solution for wanting to see how different consepts look with good shadows and lightning. As for the other gameplay elements, they are going to need a lot of scripting.
And who knows what this will develop into :). I may very well change the engine as this makes progress.

Post comment Comments
theironpaw
theironpaw Jan 19 2013, 10:00pm says:

looks awesome. can't wait till you get a beta out there. some point.

+1 vote     reply to comment
Post a Comment
click to sign in

You are not logged in, your comment will be anonymous unless you join the community today (totally free - or sign in with your social account on the right) which we encourage all contributors to do.

2000 characters limit; HTML formatting and smileys are not supported - text only

Icon
The Legend of Mysta'h
Platform
Windows
Developed By
ScrewJack
Engine
FPSC
Contact
Send Message
Release Date
TBD
Game Watch
Track this game
News
Browse
News
Report Abuse
Report article
Related Games
The Legend of Mysta'h
The Legend of Mysta'h Indie Single Player Hack 'n' Slash
Related Engines
FPSC
FPSC Commercial Released Dec 1, 2005