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Welcome to my third development log about City Climber. Check out the new screenshots and gameplay video.

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Welcome to my third development log about City Climber. Ammount of school projects which I have to finish in time is increasing, but somehow I have still managed to make some overall progress.

First three levels of the game are more or less finished. They are going to be a tutorial area. You will learn to control the character and get into touch with various types of obstacles like moving platforms, huge fans which can literally blow you away, loose parts of railing and much more.

I am slowly putting together parts of the simple, story that will lead you through different indoor and outdoor environments. Our character will be caught by the CCPD (Cubic city police department) when trespassing by climbing on a private property. He will be put into prison and forced to work for them.

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See you soon!


Great visuals ! Maybe a bit too much bloom but I like the sleek style.
However you should try to make the character use its legs. It would look slightly more realistic.
Even if they are not always on the red parts.

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SimpleGhost Author

I was thinking about character using its legs. They are essential in climbing. However, I find its movements really funny this way. I am aiming for more crazy/dynamic style.
Thank you for your feedback :)

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Of course, it's totally optional and doesn't make the game less enjoyable but when I see it climbing like this, sometimes gripping with only one hand, I can't help but think he is a sort of superhuman !

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SimpleGhost Author

No fear of heights, no safety equipment, no rope - only super strenght. I am basically making a game about how people shouldn`t climb. :D

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