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Current Development Logs:
Devlog 1 - Introduction
Devlog 2 - Video Update & New Dungeon Tile
Devlog 3 - Props & Loot
Devlog 4 - Composer, Progression & Videos
Devlog 5 - 2D Art Overhaul Begins
Devlog 6 - Video, New Enemies, 50 levels!
Devlog 7 - Video, Stats & Accomplishments
Devlog 8 - Heavy Construction
Devlog 9 - Road to Beta
Devlog 10 - In-Game Shop & Menus
Devlog 11 - Services & UI Progress
Devlog 12 - Beta!
Devlog 13 - Frozen Area Preview
Devlog 14 - HUD Finalization
Devlog 15 - Gadget Area Preview
Devlog 16 - Magic Area Preview
Devlog 17 - "Free Running" Mode
Devlog 18 - Rank-Up & Perks
Devlog 19 - Full Soundtrack
Devlog 20 - Free Running Polish
Devlog 21 - Finishing Up
Devlog 22 - Last Additions
Devlog 23 - iOS Submission
Devlog 24 - Prize Codes
Devlog 25 - Making a Press Kit
Devlog 14 - HUD Finalization:
With design work wrapping up in more areas of the world, I want to make sure I'm also finishing the remaining polish items for the UI. This video demos some gameplay and shows off the finalized HUD elements.
New Health Bars:
It wouldn't be a dungeon crawler without health bars. Anthony sent me the finished elements recently and I've integrated them. I was doing some playtesting this afternoon and suddenly got that feeling that things are looking almost finished! Very exciting.
Loot System UI:
I changed the messages that pop up when you get a pick-up. It used to be a small number popup by your character. Now it's a large, center screen panel with an image and a text message. It communicates better and it's much more satisfying to see.
I also changed the exit screen loot summary to use more images instead of text, also more satisfying.
The changes feel great, but now I'm tempted to expand the looting system. I don't want to grow my scope any more, but I have been dabbling with having the enemies drop basic items that you don't use (you only automatically cash them in for gold). It feels like a good balance between adding more fun to looting but not blowing the scope of the game out of proportion. We'll see. You'll be the first to know! :)
That's all for now. Lots of little things coming together while some last larger things finish up. Thanks again for following along. Feel free to comment or share. I'm not sure how much I'll really be marketing this game. I need to start looking into making an early press build to send to some websites. Busy busy.