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Nur: A voxel game about exploring tiny islands with big problems. Nur is a isometric action adventure game that mixes platforming and puzzle elements together. The game will be divided into tiny islands, each one with a unique story! The objective of the game is to explore all of them, fix your home island and help anyone you can on the way. In some places you'll need to defend yourself with your trusty fishing rod and in others, you'll need to use your tiny brain to figure out how to advance.

Post news RSS Devlog 07 - Bouncy bouncy!

Hey! Once again, here we are! This week was refreshing and productive as HECK. SO! Let's start by showing off another island!

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Hey! Once again, here we are! This week was refreshing and productive as HECK.

SO! Let's start by showing off another island! WOOO NEW ART BY INÊS


This island will have a little market that you can explore and buy new shiny clothes!

Wait, is that Nur's model ingame? Sure it is. We teased it last week, but now it's time. Introducing... our ANIMATOR! Daniel!

Look at these sweet bouncy animations:

Nur Wave gif cropped

Nur Jump gif

Nur Run Gif

They are looking great! Thanks Daniel! We'll be showing more of his animations as the game progresses...

ANYWAY, things have been running smoothly behind the scenes. How smooth? We decided to cut HALF of the game... Okay, that doesn't sound SMOOTH, but we need to have a little demo finished by JUNE.

Yeah... we could make this a demo with 4 uninteresting levels, but we prefer quality over quantity. Our goal is to have 2 finished and polished islands.

Now that we have Nur's model in the game, we can start to add tiny details that make our game PERFECT! Like... sand footprints!

footsteps optimized


Thank you for reading! Stay home, stay safe, stay cozy!

Until next time.


Those Animations... Really Amazing work looks so good!
Congrats And good luck with the project!

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Awesome! Love the animations! Your choice about limiting the scope is understandable. As a player I'd rather have a small, polished and meaningful game experience than one that's big but hollow. Keep up the good work!

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