Medusa’s Labyrinth is a mythological first person horror game set in ancient Greece. It take tales and legends that have stayed with us for over 2000 years and mix them together in a game that blends horror with stealth into a unique experience. The player will have to carefully pick their path through the abandoned hallways on the Island, through winding catacombs and massive amphitheaters to solve the mysteries that lurk within the labyrinth.
We've added Medusa's Labyrinth on greenlight to release a short, free adventure, giving a small glimpse of the large vision. Now we want your feedback...
medusa's labyrinth on greenlight
Our 2D-artist shows the early stages of making concepts for humans in horror games.
character concepts: early process and uncanny features
Our 2D Artist talks about the usage of Style Sheets and how she worked with these when making the Art Style for Medusa's Labyritnh.
graphical style: the use of styleguides and stylesheets
Kickstarter has finally opened the floodgates for Scandinavia and Guru Games will be one of the first through the breach with our next project "Medusa's...
next project "medusa's labyrinth" soon on kickstater
The difference between characters for horror games and other genres. We also talk about why our main character needs a redesign, and what we plan to do...
How do you write a lovestory without ending up with another Romeo and Juliet? In this uppdate we discuss this problem at length, and give some examples...
avoiding the shakespeare-trap
The project manager and creative director of the game talks about sources of inspiration and the goals that the team has set for themselves.
inspiration and goals
The first part of our project is over and we now enter the prototype and content creation phase. Wish us luck!
pre-production phase complete.
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