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Project: Tracked Mind

Thirteenth Entry - September 10, 2019

Mikael Henriksson


Hi all!

This is the thirteenth entry of my development blog for my project 'Tracked Mind'. 

I'm happy to inform you that we now have a voice for the main character. I'll post more information about the voice actor himself in a later post. You can hear his voice in the video below. I decided to set the chance of hearing the character's voice when picking up items to 100% to test the voice lines. There are more voice lines that I'm adding to the game at the moment. Let me know what you think. 

To add to the aesthetics of the inventory system I created some new icons for the items in the game. I've attached a screenshot of that in this post. I also attached a screenshot of one of the hallways in the apartment complex.  

I've continued to build the apartment complex that I mentioned in the previous post, there are some problems with the lighting that I'm looking into. I'm going to focus on building the apartments for the next blog post. I've posted a new video showing parts of the level here: 



What's new?

General changes

- New inventory item icons.
- Currently building map: The apartment complex.
- Voice lines for the main character.


Known Issues

- Minor lighting glitches in the apartment complex

Don't forget to follow the game on twitter on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ClovetasticI

And if you want to contribute to the game you can do that at our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/clovetastic


Thank you!
/Mikael Henriksson - Clovetastic Interactive





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