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Level 22 Gary's Misadventures

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Hi everyone!!! 
We've just created our own game development studio : NOEGO
Our first game : "Level 22 - Gary's misadventures" is in progress!
Level 22 mixes 2 genres: the stealth game and the point’n click, while the action is taking place in the cruel world of office work.
For more information we invite you to go on our [url=http://noego-games.com/level22/]WIP[/url].
You can also support us on our [url=http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=130187275]Steam Greenlight Concept page[/url].



Here are some elements of the interface. They are designed to work on Pc as well as on tablet computers.
Below you can see our main enemy ('cause he is not going to be the only one): our boss!
Illustrations you can see during dialogues.
Vous aurez l’occasion de rencontrer ces personnages ci-dessous ! Un peu de suspens est maintenu pour les autres   ;)
Animations you will find in the game.
Levels edition goes on little by little!
Just for fun, here are some pixelated references   ;)
Come on, now it's your turn! Give us you opinion. Tell us what you think about the game (graphics, main idea, universe, genre, etc.). What kind of characters, environments or game mechanics ideas would you like to see implemented in the game?


Thibault Jaouen 
"attendant coloring"
Thank you,

The Noego Team


Here are some 8-bit environments to enhance your visit to this page!! Attention !! These sequences won't be in the games. It's just some personal and amateur attempts :

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The WIP will be updated on this thread.
So come back here regularly to follow Level 22's progress !


The Noego team.

Edited by NoegoGames

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