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2D game | RAWconcrete

RAWconcrete is being developed by a small highly skilled group of enthusiasts, in Unity engine. At the moment our aim is to create a short demo for the Kickstarter campaign. However, should the campaign fail, our current budget should be able to cover the costs of development.

You can follow the development of the game on our YouTube channel, just created.

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We're greatly committed to this project, daily, despite our other obligations. We'll try to post video updates regularly. There's so much to show so, stay tuned. The narrator's voice in the video is altered as we wish to remain anonymous, for now.

If you have suggestions for the game, anything you think would be nice to have (or maybe not to have), don't hesitate to leave a comment.

Thank you for your attention.

| RAWconcrete development team |

 

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Below is the update for the room, still not finished, the right side needs more work. The Gabe is gone, we have somewhat different face now, same for HL logo. We'll go with these changed ones which are similar, important, but won't cause copyright issues. The image after is an example which shows the comparison between the sub-level, the room in this case, and the level itself. The level is blurred as still in wip phase and in a state we don't want to show. Once updated, we will. 

Next time we'll show you that underground level with the time machine, or machines to be precise, along with the video explanation. 
 

 

| RAWconcrete team |

 

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