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Lactose!'s Journal

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What's up in Lactose land?

Just a brief update regarding the on-going radio silence.

Amongst other things, I'm currently in the middle of moving. Once that's done (early this week), I'm a bit unsure about the internet status in the immediate future.

Hopefully project work and updates will return to a normal(ish) schedule soon! :)

Animation showcase -- annotations fixed

Another YouTube update, showing off some of the new animations and movement improvements we've done.


As you might notice compared to the previous video, we're now using a higher framerate for the animations, giving it a much more fluid look. This is also more representative for how the finished game will end up...

First (super early) showing of game

First (super early) showing of game So, what's happened since the last journal entry?
With a rough and basic framework in place for drawing and moving some characters around, we continued adding and testing new animations, combat mechanics, etc. Even with time being limited due to our normal work, we (the artist and myself) still made some progress.

After trying out, discarding and keeping...

Animated status update! (YouTube update)

After some weekends and afternoons busy with other things (i.e. friends and Dark Souls 2), there has been some progress on the project.



While some of the initial gameplay mechanic concepts seem to have been shelved for now, we're seeing quite a lot of interesting paths this could take. We might also revisit th...

Test level image

Right, let's try a slightly more interesting journal entry than the last one, shall we?
One with something more than just boring text?

http://i.imgur.com/xy4B9RI.jpg

This piece of level test art is mainly for my own use as a testbed for implementing my various mechanics and effects. Obviously, a final product will look way better than this (as this is...

And in the beginning there was a revision control submit

While not a very spectacular thing on its own, my project can now finally be considered started (with a simple "Hello, world!" application, nonetheless!).

Hopefully some slightly more interesting journal entries will follow in the time ahead.