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Awesome news! The Time Project was nominated for Best Design and Best Visual Art at the Freeplay Festival.
We all rocked along to the awards night feeling quite proud to have been nominated along side of an extremely impressive line-up of games.
While we didn’t pick-up any wins, we were thrilled to have been considered. The team was very much taken by surprise by these nominations. We didn’t imagine our game was at a point where it would be considered for an award, little own two awards!
Push Me Pull You (House House) took best design and Movement Study 1 (What A Dreamer) collected the Visual Art award (the rest of the award results can be found over here!). Congrats!!!
Freeplay had it’s tenth birthday this year and went for ten days – it’s longest running time, yet! It also had an online festival as well which our programmer, Maya Violet, was working on as an associate producer (wooo!).
The Voxel Agents would like to thank all of the Freeplay staff and the board and all the other games and game makers for making such cool stuff. We’d especially like to thank the judges for seeing something in our little game.
Following from our last post, here is another level we have been working on.
Yes! A new colour palette!
Our adventurers make their way up the windmill in a mysterious swamp..
We call this level The Spires and it’s come a long way. We’ve been play testing and trying to figure out the best pacing for the puzzles in this environment. Extending the colour palette and adding new things into the scene to give it more of a story and more meaning.
There is a lot more concepts to do but we are starting to get a good workflow going!
The Time Project by The Voxel Agents
We have gorgeous water and more ambient fog. I’m really loving how this level is coming together. We have been working on other levels, too, and I hope to upload some more windmill level pictures soon!
I have been play testing The Time Project today!
I felt very happy with this moment and proud of our progress so far. 🙂
Behold, we have sea foam in our game!!
This is a gorgeous gif from @_softscience that was featured on the art wall of indieCade last week! <3