GLiD is a single player ambient exploration game. You play as a small robot tasked with exploring and restoring an abandoned world. Traverse the environment skillfully using your spider web and wings in order to collect enough fuel seeds to power up and fix the broken machines.
With tons of games entered, it was hard choosing, but here are the 10 finalists which will be showcasing at Develop in Brighton.
Delegates to the conference will be able to play all ten games on 20 and 21 July in the Indie Showcase area situated within the Expo. The winning game as chosen by the judges will be announced at 1.30pm on Thursday 21 July.
There will also be the chance for all attendees to vote for their favourite Showcase game in the People’s Choice Award – voting slips to be provided and awards presented to the winning developer in a ceremony closing the conference at 5pm on the Thursday.
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A new wall walking mechanic has been added to GLiD.
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Please post something. I hope there is a reason why I put this in my bookmarks. I love the idea of playing as a spider and making structures with thread, and would like to see maybe a tiny clip to keep me hopeful?
is this dead?
No it's far from dead, we've just been very quiet online as we just wanted to focus completely on the game.
:) at elast don't forget to update with new media frm time to time even if it's for a 15 second video , . You'll get more people interested every time . I forgot about this game for a whole year :) found it on unity site . It shouldn't be too much to spoil us :
This game is very similar to the very fun and sad flash game: Tri-Achnid
Thanks for showing us that, it looks awesome, I can certainly see some similarities but GLiD plays completely differently. =)
and the vote goes to - GLiD
this game looks and sounds beautiful. seriously cannot wait.