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Project: Enchanted Land

Friday Facts #3

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Hello everyone,

this is the third Enchanted Land weekly update. It is scary how fast the week went by. The summer is almost gone. I spent the week fixing the character selection and scripting networking functionality. The bugfixes were mostly finished.   In the end I managed to do that on Tuesday night, after a full day of work on fixing small issues:). 

After the hectic release I spent the next day trying to relax a bit and put plans together for the next iteration. More or less the plan is now clear. There are three priorities:

New terrain  

New main campaign -  Having multiple levels.

Trailer Ideas .

Here is the progress on one of the main scenes:

https://www.facebook.com/enchantedlandgame/videos/261398247708592/?modal=admin_todo_tour



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Looks great, I'm really enjoying following your progress, keep up the good work!

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