First Person Dungeon.

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Here’s a first-person look into a randomly generated dungeon. Features wall dressings and braziers.

8 Responses to “First Person Dungeon.”

  1. Micheal MacLean Says:

    This is absolutely gorgeous!!!

  2. Isak Andersson Says:

    Wow this looks amazing!

    Did you create this with unity too (Since you created Hide with Unity)?

  3. admin Says:

    Yep, it’s made in Unity. I used the same technique for the pixelization. “First-person roguelike” is on my (long) list of games I’d like to finish; I think the idea has potential.

    Thanks!

  4. Joaquin Rodriguez Says:

    when will it be released?

    I really like the game idea

  5. admin Says:

    Hey Joaquin. I’m not sure. I’ve got a few other projects on the go, but this concept is still high on my list of cool ideas I’d like to make games with.

  6. Stephen Jasper Says:

    Are you planning on finishing this game?

  7. admin Says:

    “First person roguelike” is on my Big List of Games to Make, and I’d love it to have this aesthetic. I could probably release a build as-is… The level generation algorithm is pretty cool, so I’d probably salvage that if I end up making a full-fledged first person roguelike.

    I’ve found that I need to work on my content generating skills, and roguelikes, despite being procedurally generated (or perhaps because they are), require a lot of content generation. The game is not on my immediate radar, but it’s definitely on my wishlist. So.. stay tuned? :)

  8. Stephen Jasper Says:

    Okay, I havn’t gotten a chance to play rougelike anyways so i think i”l check it out.

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