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Hello everyone, today we are going to share how everything is going, the progress we have made so far and what to expect next. We are also going to do a little campfire tale about the real legend that inspired our game...

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As the days pass by our team is more excited to be working on Howling Night, we have made a few important decisions to make sure everything is ready to start, that being said we will be uploading every saturday so stay put to not miss a thing.

Firstly we would like to thank everyone for their support on our last DevLog, we had a ton of visitors that we didn't expect, we thank you guys so much and we promise to keep updating you about what is going on behind the scenes.

About the progress we have so far...
There is a prototype under development right now, in order to test different game mechanics like the villager dialogue, interactions and player movement.

About the art there is a research going on right now, below you can see some moodboards of our project, next week be sure to have some sketches so stay tunned. Remember we do not own any right in the images provided, this is only for a research and reference purpose.


Now we want to talk a little bit more about the legend we based on, the legend of the "Cova do Lobisomem".

The story is about a cave in Cambra de Baixo in the middle of a forest where, according to local legends, on nights with a full moon, a monstrous being torments the region takes shelter, a werewolf. When the night falls, the windows were closed and the doors were locked. Horrific sounds could be heard, a kind of heavy horse riding that roamed the streets, paths and lands. No one dared to look outside, they just waited till dawn, a sign that they had survived yet another night of terror. The stories of this mysterious werewolf have been passed down from generation to generation in the region. And some rumors say that the werewolf still lives there. But who could he be?


Image merely illustrative about the beast of gévaudan, another famous "werewolf" tale. Remember we do not own any right to the image provided, this is only for illustration purpose.

You now know the horrific story behind our game, so stay tunned for even creepier details and even more progress about Howling Night, next week.

Thank you everyone.

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