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Hellas is a platform/action game about Greek mythology. It takes place on the surface of a black-figure vase. Explore the ancient myths and fight legendary monsters, or each other, with the help of the gods...

The game is currently in development and you can follow its progress (and download early prototypes) in this thread on the TIGS forums.

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0 comments by ninjadodo on Nov 25th, 2012

The latest version of the game got featured on Pixel Prospector and a bit earlier in issue #4 of Dom2D's TIGSource Devlog Magazine on Venus Patrol!

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EvilizedProductions
EvilizedProductions May 26 2013, 9:35am says:

Nice! original idea!

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Kuznetsovsky
Kuznetsovsky Apr 26 2013, 3:04pm says:

just watched your last video - awesome game, tracking and glad i came across this :p

hope it makes a great rendition to ancient Greece!

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chines
chines Jan 11 2013, 8:48am says:

Cool project ;)
I love the style of the game ;)

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sionco
sionco Jan 6 2013, 6:52pm says:

This looks great! Can't wait for the full release!

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RancidShamble
RancidShamble Jun 10 2012, 9:13pm says:

Whoa..thought this was Apotheon from Alientrap at first. Looks fun though!

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ninjadodo
ninjadodo Jun 17 2012, 9:44am replied:

I'm glad you like the look of the game. The superficial similarities with Apotheon are unfortunate, but they announced after I was already months into development. It was discussed in the devlog thread if you want to know more: Forums.tigsource.com

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smiki
smiki Jan 13 2013, 4:58pm replied:

I accidentally gave your comment a - instead of a + . Just thought people should know. XD

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ninjadodo
ninjadodo Jan 14 2013, 4:34am replied:

Heh, fair enough. A lot of buttons on IndieDB are dangerously close together, like Edit and Delete.

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Synys5
Synys5 Jun 2 2012, 9:10am says:

great idea definitely watching this :)

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Code_Assassin
Code_Assassin Apr 25 2012, 12:12pm says:

Nice, I love the whole concept - especially being able to play on the surface of a black figure vase!

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Hellas
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ninjadodo
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Research: Panoramic tour of the Acropolis: T.co

Jul 12 2014, 4:04am

@HobbyGameDev Extremely linear narrative-heavy games. Fun to play at least once. No fun to test.

May 10 2014, 2:50am

...aaaand review over. I'll shut up now and get back to making a videogame.

Mar 31 2014, 3:16pm

But if I had to pick a favourite it's probably The Odyssey: T.co

Mar 31 2014, 3:15pm

Jason and the Argonauts is another classic but the story doesn't flow as well as Clash I think. T.co

Mar 31 2014, 3:08pm

Harryhausen's original Clash of the Titans is arguably still the most successful cinema interpretation: T.co

Mar 31 2014, 3:06pm

Watched some Percy Jackson. Not the target audience I guess, but not a bad modern re-interpretation I suppose.

Mar 31 2014, 3:03pm

I guess *some* of the characters kinda work? Agamemnon was not bad. Solid brooding.

Mar 31 2014, 2:57pm

T.co

Mar 31 2014, 2:56pm

I watched Helen of Troy (2003). It was... not good.

Mar 31 2014, 2:55pm

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