Joe and Nyka join up this episode to talk about our new sewer background, our new super simple animation process, and our new character creator! Lots of new stuff here at Knob Cat! Hope you enjoy. If you have any questions about DotO, you can send them to firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s Saturday again (for another hour or two) and I’m here for a DotO update blog!
A lot has happened in the past week, the biggest thing being our character creator. We can now make a character and use that character to play in our prototype. It may not be a huge thing really, but it’s been super exciting for me to see my dream game starting to take shape. Thanks Kel!
Another really cool thing is that we have animations too! So once we make that character, we can see it walking around in the dungeon, bobbing as it stands still, and actually swinging the sword as it attacks! Thanks Nyka!
The last thing I want to tell you about this week is these couple “rough” sketches. Ben did these as concepts for the Obelisk. While none of them truly fit my vision yet, I still think they’re each incredible. We’re going to keep pushing on and refining this idea and hopefully showing you another obelisk in a future update! Thanks Ben!
Thanks so much for stopping in for my Saturday DotO update and I’ll talk to you again next week!
It’s Saturday, so it’s time for an update blog! I don’t know, can a sewer look amazing?
Green slime oozes it’s way down channels in the first few levels under the mysterious Obelisk. Maybe it’s connected to the sewers of Topia? Glub have started pouring out of the sewers and attacking local cats! If only we had a hero to clear them out!
Seriously though, Ben has really knocked it out with this background image. This of course isn’t final yet, as Nyka will be animating some elements of it and then Kel has to get it into the game.
We are happily chugging along here at Knob Cat Games. Our main task in the coming weeks is getting the character animations trigger and looking great. Kel has also set his attention on the character creator, but more on that in the future! For now, have a great weekend!
We’ve recorded the second episode of Knob Cat Game’s Dungeons of the Obelisk Podcast! We’re now on a couple streaming services, you can check the updated list here.
This episode we meet our Artist, Ben Sigas! We talk about T-Rex wings for a bit. Then we get into what we’re working on in DotO, which includes animation, artwork, and our newest prototype! Check it all out now!
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Everyone has been hard at work as usual! With our initial prototype done, it’s now time to turn our attention to the ever exciting world of Data Management! At least that’s what Kel is working on… Hey, don’t worry, it’s the backbone of the game!
In the more exciting news, Ben has finished the background for our first battlefield and Nyka has completed some idle animations. Enjoy this awesome gif…
If you missed it, I streamed our prototype on Thursday and everyone really enjoyed the video! You can check it out on this post!
I did a stream yesterday evening and showed of our rough prototype! I mean, it’s pretty basic so far and maybe I shouldn’t being showing this yet. But, I’m really excited at the progress we’ve made in such a short time.
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So, I’ve decided to try to blog here every Saturday, so check back when you can.
It’s been a busy week here at Knob Cat. I’ve been making lots of executive decisions. Ben has been hard at work drawing EVERYTHING. Nyka has almost finalized our character’s animation rig. And Kel is battling all the scary coding that runs everything!
The big news for this week is that we released an image of our first Mob. This little guy is blowing my mind, I can’t believe how good (and by good, I mean evil and slimy) it looks!
I’ve been tentatively calling it a Glub. I’m really looking forward to naming all the Mobs that Ben designs.
See you next Saturday for the next DotO Update Blog!