Two of the early levels of TRI: Of Friendship and Madness.
In the world of the Odd Gods players experience a mind-bending first-person adventure like no other as they discover the magical power of the TRI. By creating triangles that can be used to solve puzzles and traverse the landscape, adventurers hunt for mystical totems and master a wide range of abilities such as reflecting light, scaling sheer heights and even defying gravity! With every twist of a corridor, every raised gantry, every new floor of towers and dungeons in the Odd Gods' world, TRI challenges gamers to think outside the box and find new ways to overcome seemingly impossible obstacles.
To continue our series of Making-ofs of our game TRI: Of Friendship and Madness, we filmed my brother Ludwig Hanisch in his basement, This is where he composed the music for the game. It's an interview of around 15 minutes about family, inspirations and instruments. Watch it now - it even has English subtitles!
In order to create a more extensive, more interesting post-mortem of TRI, we made a digital artbook. Even though I already wrote a short retrospective about TRI's development, I felt it was necessary to close this chapter in a much cooler way. Thus there is the artbook now, which exists in two versions:
Oh, and one last thing: to our surprise TRI got an Honorable Mention at the 2015 Geekie Awards, which is pretty crazy if you consider the high-quality competitors. Thanks to the judges for the mention!
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1hour 44mins ago by rottenhedgehog
@gluggergames THat sounds like the solution :D But electronic music works pretty well with sheep. But also does metal..in a weird way.
20hours 17mins ago by rottenhedgehog
I feel a little guilty/lazy for picking Kevin Mac Leod. But holy crap, this guy is good when you want to quickly try diverse moods.
22hours 55mins ago by rottenhedgehog
What kind of music fits shepherding anyway? Lute, guitar and violin are such a cliché...
22hours 57mins ago by rottenhedgehog
Getting back to cut some footage from the shepherding. Trying to find some good music. Sheeps and happy clapping feel instantly cheesy.
22hours 58mins ago by rottenhedgehog