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[FREE][Win][Mac][Linux] Retro 3D adventure/puzzle game - DataVault

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Hi everyone!

 

We are UDVEN Games, a team from Germany. This year we plan to make a small game about every month or so just to increase our game creation skills.

 

Our second game has come out a few days ago: DataVault is a retro-style 3D sci-fi adventure/puzzler that is available for free on itch.io:

https://udven.itch.io/datavault

 

In this game, some 1600 years after the end of civilization, you're an AI that takes command of service robots in an abandoned subterranean bunker, as the vault is being infiltrated by alien drones. The puzzle content consists of wiring and disconnecting systems on the failing power grid of the bunker, evading drones, activating the ancient defense systems, and ultimately trying to restore enough functionality to escape the facility.

 

This is the first game we made with Unity (the free version).

 

You can also watch a trailer of the game here on YouTube:

 

Check it out :)

 

Any feedback is appreciated.

 

Thanks and enjoy,

Sven

 

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P.S. Also, if you want to check out our first game - its a 2D retro turn-based tactical skirmish game that can be found here: 
https://udven.itch.io/commander-wallis-and-the-tentacled-menace

 

Or you can read a review here: http://www.jtrev23reviews.com/2016/02/commander-wallis-and-tentacled-menace.html

Edited by UDVEN

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