Nauticalith, by Glass Knuckle Games, is a procedurally-generated ocean exploration and survival game. It was originally made in one week for both the Procjam and 7DFPS game jams. The game is currently being expanded from it's original game jam form to a full-fledged experience. Dave Gedarovich, the creator of Noir Syndrome, is leading development of the project along with Logan Thomas and Collin Hern.
Reagents, collectibles, new items, and even more procedural elements!
nauticalith devlog #15
Much has changed since the last devlog, huge implementation of waves, fishing, and more!
nauticalith devlog #14
Nauticalith's appearance at MassDigI's Made In MA party has made this week a busy one.
nauticalith devlog #13
UI reworks, public events, and data visualization - all new this week!
nauticalith devlog #12
Prep week for upcoming events, getting a stable build ready, new UI elements, and Data collection!
nauticalith devlog #11
New UI features, equipment and more! Check out this week's devlog!
nauticalith devlog #10
Some spooky happenings on the wide ocean as well as some new features in Nauticalith!
nauticalith devlog #8
Atmospheric effects, skybox gradients, heavy fog, and a massive cave system to explore!
nauticalith devlog #9
Introducing an all new survival mechanic! Check out this week's Nauticalith Devlog!
nauticalith devlog #7
A brief update on the progress of Nauticalith including updates on new islands and the day/night cycle.
nauticalith devlog #5
The scenic views are real! Check out our new day/night cycle!
nauticalith devlog #4
Underwater effects, deep islands, lighting and shadows, and much more!
nauticalith devlog #3
Nauticalith cleanup week, the boat and water got a complete rework. Check out some of our recent progress!
nauticalith devlog #2
Nauticalith's weather system is coming along nicely, check out some of our most recent progress.
nauticalith devlog #1
Nauticalith is a procedurally-generated endless ocean exploration and survival game now in development! Brought to you by the devs at Glass Knuckle Games...
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