I have probably posted this before somewhere however I thought after yesterdays give away which blew my mind (Thank you all for being stars!) I thought it would only be appropriate and fitting to show off some of the processes and techniques I looked into and resources I used to create ReversE!
Here is a link to my Blog - Andrewlloydgd.wordpress.com
I thought it would provide an interesting insight and add a bit more of a human side to the man behind the game and my journey of cutting my way into the industry and trying to make an impact in gaming! I would be more than happy to answer any questions regarding development, tutorial sites or even other non specific questions too!
Lastly my twitter account if you wish to follow is @alloydGD as I am constantly on there, it has become a bad habit! I will be increasing my attempts to tighten up my blogging in the future and try to get things a bit more streamlined :)
Final note: Thanks to everybody who checked out ReversE yesterday and special thanks to Reddit user Jefken001 who relentlessly spread the message around the internet yesterday, MrAGVG for uploading this video - a gameplay video of ReversE he kindly put together as well as all the people on SteamGifts forum, GoG forum, IndieGameMag.com , Reddit, the GATT group on steam mods and staff and PlayItForward group on steam mods and staff! Sorry if I missed anyone off the list! :D
I have submitted the information, screenshots and media for my new mirror logic based puzzle game ReversE. The game is still in progress but very near to completion so I will be expecting to release the game for general download soon and hopefully get it onto Desura! I will keep posting updates as much as I can in the next few weeks regarding the games progress and hopefully the posting of a playable demo of the game!
Iv'e decided to join moddb today in an effort to promote some of my work and find like-minded people who have a passion for games development. I have started posting some examples of my work from the project on my second year of uni. I am in need of learning more 3D software as I feel totally inexperienced on most parts of it such as modelling however I feel I have a good knack for 3D design and level design as it interests me so I am going to continue building levels and environments in UDK and other engines.