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We're making our second game in Unity3D

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Dear fellow developers


I just got referred to these forums and this is my very first post. Let me introduce myself. My name is Olle Mattsson and I work at the Finnish indie developer [url="http://www.tomodomo.org"]Tomodomo[/url]. In august our team of six succesfully released our first game for the iPhone market, a 3D runner called [url="http://www.fatcatrush.com"]Fatcat Rush[/url].

The game engine we settled for, Unity3D, worked like a charm. It's a very powerful engine and the support from the community is unlike anything I've preciously seen. Blender was used for 3D sculpting and animating. Amazing open source software!!

Now I would like to invite you to participate as we develop our next game using the same technology. We're increasingly convinced that Unity3D is the best engine for a small developer like us, and the latest version sure has got a huge amount of awesome features. For example, it's powerful enough to allow us take advantage of proper normal maps on iPhone 3GS and later devices!

Here's a very early screenshot from our upcoming project. Normals and proper lighting. Running on the iPhone 4. You like?

[img]http://tomodomo.org/images/1.png[/img]



There's more where that came from on our [url="http://www.tomodomo.org/index.php/2011-10-05-10-01-03"]devblog[/url]. Welcome!

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[font=Times][size=2][font=arial, verdana, tahoma, sans-serif][size=2]Oh! And did I mention there's going to be [i]lava[/i] and [i]monsters? [/i][img]http://public.gamedev.net/public/style_emoticons/default/biggrin.gif[/img]

[img]http://tomodomo.org/images/Lava.jpg[/img]

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looking good *thumbs up*

I would recommend to submit this as an "Image of the day" when you have more content to show.
I am developing in unity myself and, aside from some unavoidable quirks, have been very pleased so far.

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You got some badass concepts there!

Good luck! Drop by the Help Wanted forum, I'm sure people could benefit from Your experience and a chance to participate in a well thought out project, with a previously commercially succesfull team!

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