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Six months ago I tweeted the development for Absolute Territory, covering a six month period of development. It was a pretty good snap-reel of development progress covering half-a-year of progress. It's been six months from that snap-reel, I'm about to embark on another journey tweeting development for this last six months.  But before I do that.  I think I should share the original journey.

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Six months ago I tweeted the development for Absolute Territory, covering a six month period of development. It was a pretty good snap-reel of development progress covering half-a-year of progress.

Since it's been six months from that snap-reel I'm about to embark on another journey tweeting development for this last six months. But before I do that. I think I should share the original journey.


Absolute Territory is available to wishlist on Steam.




Here';s a snap-reel of how development of @abs_territory has progressed over the last 6 months. Hold on to your helmets, I';ve got plenty of GIFS and videos coming, warts and all...#screenshotsaturday #indiedev #gamedev #gamedevelopment pic.twitter.com/1X0Tu13pj9

— Digitum Software (@digitumsoftware) June 22, 2019 [removed][removed]" target="_blank" rel="noopener">The Original Tweet

Flak cannons

Cockpit views of a space fighter

A simple explosion using particle effects

Gun Turret

Transport escort

Obstacle avoidance

Dumbfire missile alignment

Finally got my code right for angular rotation using unity physics.

Discovered Text Mesh Pro


The result of using Text Mesh Pro. Much smoother looking fonts.Engine Exhaust Effects

Subsystem Targeting

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And that's it! If you want to see further development of Absolute Territory then follow my twitter account. And if you want to see progress achieved over the last six months then keep an eye on this twitter thread.

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gnear
gnear

very cool and tidy little game you're developing there, nice one ^_^

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centaurianmudpig

Thanks, that's much appreciated!

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