"Time is running out for me. The things that I've been keeping hidden in the past, may haunt me at my final hour. I cannot let it loose my focus. The days of researching are over, the time to act is now. I know this man can help me. For the days of those worlds, and the innocent lives are at deaths door."
Uncover the mystery that plagued London's Epping Forest Orphanage for decades, discover the eerie secrets that lies behind Lake View Manor, and find yourself reaching to the outer limits beyond Earth. You play as Henry Miller, a novel writer who lost everything in life. He questions the very death of his loved one, and in turn, investigates the true reason behind her death. As you investigate the events that lead to this event, you will find yourself on a much grander quest that will take you to other "worlds".
Sort of new flight light look.
I have edited the White Night flashlight to be on the left bottom corner, and texturing the hand to be completely black with an alpha channel to make it invisible. I honestly got tired of looking at that big hand, and it kind of took too much of space on the screen.I want the player to relay focus on whats happening on screen, without the flashlight getting in the way.
All walls (primitive planes) will cast there shadows.
If you notice on the left, the wall is casting a shadow as it should. "I thought Amnesia could not cast shadows from primitive planes?" All of the walls in this scene are primitive planes. As some of us might know, they have a technical limitation. While it may have a "cast shadow" option to toggle, the wall will not cast shadows. How do I get around this? I use Amnesia's technical static object "Plane Black". A 2 polygonal flat plane. I place it just so tiny behind the wall, that way the light will cast the shadow also on the Plane Black wall, creating the illusion that it is casting the shadows from the wall itself.I will place Plane Black objects behind every single wall and corridor to give the players the maximum visual appeal.
And all this time I thought this was a broken feature. Apparently I did not even test the primitive wall shadow toggled because it did not work within the editor, but it does work in game! So I will not waste my time placing that plane black static mesh behind every single wall, in staid I will toggle every single wall plane I have in the game. Thanks to CraackerTraash for informing me on this issue.
More primitive wall shadow example. From the side wall signs, to the right door's upper wall casting its shadow onto the other room. Also almost every light will have a lens flare bloom effect.
Also be sure to look out for a couple of screens showing off new terrain! No more flat outdoor environments! Rolling hills, flowing rivers, cliffs, high ridged mountains! More to come soon!
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