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This is a little story about how my first game was made.Quest room: Hanon.

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Idea!
I wanted to do something simple so it did not take more than 2 months. And I could make it from one to the other. Without hesitation I realized that the most optimal variant is a first person puzzle, since there are no characters, accordingly there is no animation, no complicated UI, little text. The choice of setting did not become a problem, since childhood I have loved Egyptian subjects.

Beginning of work!
To again not swing the big project it was decided to make 4 walls, the entrance to the tomb where we could only look around, squat and zoom in to examine the details. From the beginning I decided to think through all the quests from and to. He made sweeps of walls, put on an approximate ornament and prescribed all the quests.

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Then went to 3D. The walls were first sculpted in Zbrush, then retopology, scanning, texturing.

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AFTERWORD
It took 2 months, the game tried to bring to mind, added sounds, came up with a story. But most importantly brought the project to its logical conclusion. Now you look at the game development teams and 90% of people want to do something unimaginable at the level of AAA studios with million-dollar budgets. And more than once ran across stories when I managed to recruit a team of enthusiasts and work 3-4 years together and in the results it still did not lead to anything, the release projects never saw.

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