Husband, Father, Gamer, Indie Dev Manager, Owner BLM LLC & XAM LLC, Artist, Writer, Thinker.
Hello all! Please Note!!
The video with my face in it... may not work right on this website.
So go here: Youtube.com
Hello everyone. The video works better on YouTube:
It's glitching on me pretty bad in IndieDB.com
Well my re-upload only worked for like a minute. It's happening again. I'll have to look into it more.
That was odd. I had to re-upload the vid. I guess indiedb glitched on us. Hopefully it plays correctly now. Thanks for letting us know and thanks for the interest!
3D game. Adventure style with RPG elements. Something similar to LOZ games.
The game will be paid. I'd say nothing more than $15 or so. It'll be well worth it, I promise.
Agreed. I was influenced strongly by the games my parents bought me as a kid. Kids today are getting very accustomed to Free gaming. It's killing the industry on one hand (financially) and promoting a creative aspect on the other, with an artistic motivation behind some indie studios. Me, I want to build games people love to play because they're made like the games I grew up playing, not like the crap out these days.
Another thing, to the troll. It's ok buddy. We indie devs aren't looking for your money in particular. We're looking for quality customers interested in furthering the development of the indie market. In other words, we don't need you. =D
Why does it matter if they're copyrighted?
I'm a developer and gamer, so I'll answer that. For me, I don't even play some free games. So, the notion of quality is necessary for free and paid games. I need to know that what I'm about to spend some solid time on is worth my money. Perhaps a larger portion of gamers out there (kids and teens) will differ. They've got the time, whereas this self-employed, entrepreneur, husband/father, and full-time student does not have the time lol. I need to know that game has quality. I don't mind dropping $15 on a good game. I did with Don't Starve. I did with Minecraft. I'll drop that on any quality game and I'm more likely to play a paid game more often than a free one. One, I paid for that game, I will waste as much time as justifiable on it! Two, it's probably because I made a calculated decision before engaging myself in the game.
Indie games are the future of gaming. They're really making a comeback though if you think about it. When games were new, everyone was indie. Now the big companies suck all the fun out of things and focus on $$$. $11-$20 is a very fair range for everyone. At least you're not paying $60 for what feels like the same darn game as one you played last year, or even a few months ago. Just another formulated game.
Thanks for your support everyone! It's a very exciting project and I know you will all love to play it!
Thank you! We're hoping to throw out more teasers and concept art very soon. Remember to check in!