kr-studios ASKED:

Hi, if you've got a few spare minutes could you help me test my game's server? I've never tested it over the internet before.


Hey. Sure. I’m very busy, but I should have a few minutes left within the next hours. Just tell me what I need to do ;) and I will take a look at it later

Whitson John Kirk III (2005): Design Patterns of Successful (Pen & Paper) Role-Playing Games. Download it here ;)

Whitson John Kirk III (2005): Design Patterns of Successful (Pen & Paper) Role-Playing Games. Download it here ;)

timkaminski:

The newest area I just put in. Floaty stairs are super fun to paint!

are those mushrooms?

timkaminski:

The newest area I just put in. Floaty stairs are super fun to paint!

are those mushrooms?

Anonymous ASKED:

Would you classify Capsule as a horror game? I was just wondering because I don't do so well around those games, thank you!


Yes. Like Noct, Darkwood and Teleglitch (sort of). And I like them all ;)

indiegamehunt:




Noct
"Noct is a 2D top-down multiplayer survival horror game that blends arcade combat with RPG survival elements. You are a survivor of the apocalyptic purge that formed the desolate wasteland now known as Noct.
The game world is viewed through a thermal imaging satellite observing the aftermath of an apocalypse. Accompanied by an eerie and engaging musical score, your journey through the desolate world is filled with terrifying roaming monsters, intense combat, and perilous situations." -Chris Eskins, developer
Greenlight
KICKSTARTER

creepy cool

indiegamehunt:

Noct

"Noct is a 2D top-down multiplayer survival horror game that blends arcade combat with RPG survival elements. You are a survivor of the apocalyptic purge that formed the desolate wasteland now known as Noct.

The game world is viewed through a thermal imaging satellite observing the aftermath of an apocalypse. Accompanied by an eerie and engaging musical score, your journey through the desolate world is filled with terrifying roaming monsters, intense combat, and perilous situations." -Chris Eskins, developer

Greenlight

KICKSTARTER

creepy cool