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FPSC Classic Work In Progress / [V1.19 Compo] The Lighthouse

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ASTECH
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Posted: 3rd Jun 2012 05:55 Edited at: 4th Jun 2012 04:49
The LightHouse


Developer: Astek

Storyline: You are on a camping trip and while the others are out fishing on the lake, you decide you stay ashore. Night rolls around and then that's when strange things start to happen.

Description: This is a rough presentation of an idea I want to explore and adapt on later. This game is a look at the paranormal and strange happenings. This was to part of another game but I pulled it from the game because of too many story holes. This game has some objectives you can do but it is mainly for exploring the environment. Don't play to win. Play to experience. I can't tell you much more then that. It would spoil it.





DOWNLOAD:http://www.mediafire.com/?d9hh3w9ddfv9688


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DarkJames
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Posted: 3rd Jun 2012 06:09
Dear Esther, eh? Nice!

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Leongamerz
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Posted: 3rd Jun 2012 07:13
Wow nice design Astek,looks brilliant.How much FPS did you get for that awesome outdoor level.

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Posted: 3rd Jun 2012 14:42
one word: fantastic i want more

corno

Yes, i´m a noob, but i like it
http://forum.thegamecreators.com/?m=forum_view&t=196656&b=24
ASTECH
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Posted: 4th Jun 2012 01:57
Quote: "Dear Esther, eh? Nice!"


I will probably do more to let you explore later. I cut the game down for sake of the compo.

Quote: "Wow nice design Astek,looks brilliant.How much FPS did you get for that awesome outdoor level"


I was hitting 50-60 because I overloaded the logic but after tweaking it, I'm now resting around 70-80.

Quote: "one word: fantastic i want more"


I'm looking to give more.

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Posted: 4th Jun 2012 11:10
i have to smile all the time when someone says "experience the game" that everyone comes up with Dear Esther, as if it is the only game where experience is more important than winning. every game should be this way, and every good game is, but well ... the path is more important than the goal and stuff...lets play another round of cod437.^^

very nice looking things, astek. good luck with the compo.

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Posted: 4th Jun 2012 12:01
@Astek

I just played it through and i must say, you did a sterling job!

I loved the atmosphere. I genuinely felt like i was being watched the entire time i was playing.

I love how the entities work as well (when you look at them). Gave a feel of Resident Evil or Silent Hill.

Fantastic game over all.

I only found a few 'bugs', that you might already know about?




Are you thinking of continuing this game or taking the ideas over to a new one?

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ASTECH
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Posted: 4th Jun 2012 22:26
Quote: "very nice looking things, astek. good luck with the compo."


Thank you man.

Quote: "I just played it through and i must say, you did a sterling job!"


Thanks for the play-through unfamillia.

I knew about the bugs but I didn't have time to mess with them. I just had to release what I had for the time being.

Quote: "Are you thinking of continuing this game or taking the ideas over to a new one?"


I think I'm going to expand on it and perhaps revisit it.

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Posted: 5th Jun 2012 10:16
The screens look super tasty. Downloaded and looking forward to giving you feedback.

Nice work ASTEK!

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Posted: 5th Jun 2012 20:57
Hi Astek,

I'm not sure if I'm missing something, but I don't seem to be able to collect any of the firewood, maybe you could help me out so I can give you a fair rating for the competition.
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Posted: 5th Jun 2012 21:10
Quote: "Hi Astek,

I'm not sure if I'm missing something, but I don't seem to be able to collect any of the firewood, maybe you could help me out so I can give you a fair rating for the competition."


E is use. There are 6 pieces of firewood.

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rolfy
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Posted: 6th Jun 2012 00:51
I am liking the ground textures in your first screenshot, the light house would look very cool with a revolving light, does it do this?

I want that bearskin rug.

Awesome! Its one of those threads.
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Posted: 7th Jun 2012 03:40 Edited at: 11th Jun 2012 09:50
Incredibly great job! the atmosphere was perfect. The only problems I found were a few known FPSC bugs.

Hope that helped out a bit; as I said it's all FPSC errors, just gotta circumvent them. Great work again!

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ASTECH
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Posted: 7th Jun 2012 05:12
Quote: "a revolving light, does it do this?"


Sadly no. I too thought about this... but I also feel like I can live with what I've done.

Thank you guys. I've been having some issues here lately and the nice comments help cheer me up.

Now on to future plans, I'm thinking about making a game with a series of adventures. Two things I have on the top of my list are or course the ever popular bigfoot and (que drum-roll)

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MOTHMAN!

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