Traces of Light is a third person adventure game about Dirk Young, a lighthouse keeper. His life is completely changed after a devastating solar storm ruins his village home. Help him to find a new mechanism for the Lighthouse and bring it back in order to save his friends and family from mortal danger. To finish the game pass through the mazes and obstacles, solve the puzzles and find the way home. There is no time to waste, let the adventure begin!
Love the low poly look of the first two pictures, love to see more of those, are there going to be colors involved or just the “plain” white, because I actually like it that way.
Also the last 2-3 pictures of the storyboard are a little hard to get, not really feeling the purpose there.
Thanks for the kind words, I’m still learning myself, but it makes me smile to know I nudged someone else further down the road toward UE4
I’d love to lend a hand at some point in the future, but I don’t have the time to spare at the moment – I’ve barely given my current unfinished projects the love they deserve lately. But given the quality of what you’ve shown here, I don’t doubt that your project definitely will not “suck” and you should be able to attract some like-minded developers. Don’t let yourself get discouraged, keep at it!
Hi everyone! In January we made our first prototype just for one week. Actually I worked with 3D artist Maksim Shukan on game assets around one month and then programmer Christoph Bockhahn joined our team and helped out with blueprints, animations and stuff like that. Thank you guys.
Unfortunately we had no time to implement all important features and in the end it’s quite boring to play. But at least we can play and it was great feeling
I showed this playable demo at Indie Prize at Casual Connect in Amsterdam. I got a feedback from different people and I made sure that idea is worth it.
Hey folks, I haven’t posted anything in a while, the reason? We’ve been working on new demo version to showcase it at DevGAMM in Hamburg. Some new concepts to give you an idea how it might look like. Cheers!