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This week we've been internally testing the other levels. Here are a few shots from "The Container" level. There's some new scares in there and a more complex maze system, you'll love it! Don't forget that you can play "The Kitchen" demo by downloading it from the links below. Also take the time to leave us some feedback in the comments below or fill out this survey Goo.gl
Here it is, uploaded to dropbox for your convenience while the IndieDB demo is being authorised! The first demo of Winter Maw. Download it below, give it a go and then fill out a survey for us here --> (Goo.gl) Alternatively let us know what you thought of it in the comment section below.
This week from Coffee Infused!
Lots of new images! Including the insides of the explorable buildings. There are currently three playable levels, this one is from the "Kitchen" level. Each level has its own story to uncover as you play.
Also a big Happy Birthday to our resident AI genius, Jacob for Wednesday!
So we’ve got a lot of images for you this week. The majority of these are from the new areas. They are explorable and accessed via ramp. You’ll be able to search these for info and clues about the story. You might also notice actual snow now! That’s for all of you guys who said it was an alien planet/the grand canyon.
As for this coming week, the trailer is being finished up and we’re organising another testing day. We’ll let you know when that is so you can come give it a try!
More in the images section!
A few updates for you all!
We have some goodies this week! After working with Ghoul Shadows (collaborating author) we've decided on having a small story per map pack to uncover. Along with that our artist, Ben, has been busy working on these container like structures that you will be able to enter and explore to help further the story and unlock more clues about why you're there and what's happened. These will be sitting up on the top of the cliffs and may also help those of you with good memories find an escape path.
If you missed it last week, we will officially have a Linux version of the game to go along with the PC and Mac one previously mentioned.
We are so excited to see what you all think of it! Trailer work commences next week as well, so you can get a better look at the world since the teaser trailer.
Check out the rest in the images tab!
Good news Linux users! We have the current Winter Maw build running on your system. We’ll have it tested soon and fingers crossed it’ll be playable enough to include in the demo testing packs.
This past week has mostly just been internal testing again, deciding on level size and tweaking the enemies to be more challenging. We’ve also fixed up a bunch of the terrain issues that testers were experiencing, fixed the score system and the enemy alert system. Things are looking good!
We’re back for another weekly update!
First off, hello new followers! We hope you stick around to see Winter Maw completed. Thanks for following, you can also see our progress on Facebook if you have it.
Secondly, we’ve been doing a lot of internal testing lately, including a working Mac build. And I don’t want to sound biased, but I personally have been enjoying the game. Even the jump scares and enemy encounters are still getting me. The need to win is strong too. We can’t wait for you to play it.
Finally, we’re started mocking up bits and pieces for the official trailer. The pictures here are a few things I found when playing the other day, just to give you a little look at where we’re at now, compared to where we were a few months ago.
As a team we’re getting a little bit excited now seeing everything come together. Have a great week! Look out for more pictures at the end of the week from more testing rounds.