Being a one person studio I do everything for the company: that includes design, development, artwork (usually outsourced to friends), sounds (usually outsourced to other friends) and marketing (usually failing at). I occasionally take on freelance work when I can to give me room to think and create. I am passionate about games of all sorts. I love video games, boardgames, tabletop and live-action roleplaying games. My favourite boardgame of all time is Twilight Imperium, without a shadow of a doubt. My favourite video game is StarCraft. As you can tell, there's a strong running theme of Science Fiction there, which explains Space Salvager. My passion in life is making games, that's what I do. Be it games mastering for my RPG group, writing plot for the LRP system I play or making video games for a game jam: making games is what I do. I'll develop for any platform that's appropriate, which is usually desktop and any console that'll take me.
Posted by 2PersonGames on Oct 25th, 2013
In a Kingdom most notable for strife and subjugation of its own people, the Kings only daughter took her own life. For those who knew her it wasn’t surprising, perhaps the fact it’d taken her this long could’ve been deemed a surprise, nonetheless for the King is was devastating news. She was his only daughter and only child: heir to the throne.
So a call with given out across the land: “Whomever can retrieve my daughters soul from the underworld may have her hand in marriage.” A call answered by many, including yourself. Starting at the capital you must journey across the land to foot of the mountain, known only as Abaddon. Through there lies the entrance to the Underworld, not the end of the journey but the beginning of a new one, for her soul could lie anywhere in that unholy world and the cost of her extradition is unknown.
The journey will be hard, encountering many trials and foes along the way, not to mention other heroes attempting to rescue the princess themselves. Do you fight them, hide from them, ask for their aid or simply ignore them? Perhaps you could use them as fodder later on, who track them to see their mistakes. That choice is yours, hero.
Journey the land, defeat the monsters, save the girl – I guess that’s pretty simple…