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Hellas is a (work-in-progress) platform/action game about Greek mythology. Play through ancient myths and fight legendary monsters, or each other, with the help of the gods on the surface of a black figure vase.

The game is currently in development and you can follow its progress in the TIGSource devlog, on YouTube and Twitter.

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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

Nice! original idea!

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Kuznetsovsky
Kuznetsovsky

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

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

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sionco
sionco

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

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RancidShamble
RancidShamble

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

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ninjadodo Creator
ninjadodo

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

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

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ninjadodo Creator
ninjadodo

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

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Synys5
Synys5

great idea definitely watching this :)

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Code_Assassin
Code_Assassin

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

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