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Ama's Lullaby is an adventure game in the style of Westwood's Blade Runner (1997), featuring a command-line based hacking system.
Ama's Lullaby is an adventure game in the style of Westwood's Blade Runner (1997), featuring a command-line based hacking system.
Ama's Lullaby is an adventure game in the style of Westwood's Blade Runner (1997), featuring a command-line based hacking system.
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Update #8 - What we've done before

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Hi there,

Just some short news (this is Sunday, isn't it?) about the previous version of Ama's Lullaby we - a complete team of volunteers - were working on. We made some screenshots and videos, feel free to check it out!

 It shows no gameplay, but my intention was to work on the atmosphere.

Initially, the game had a top-down view like in the Fallout series
Initially, the game had a top-down view like in the Fallout series

 

 

 

This is the spaceship you can see (from the inside) on the Kickstarter video...
This is the spaceship you can see (from the inside) on the Kickstarter video...

 

 

A pre-computed cut scene test...
A pre-computed cut scene test...

 

 

This one is a snapshot taken from the short film I made when I was a 3D student :) It was already about Ama's universe!
This one is a snapshot taken from the short film I made when I was a 3D student :) It was already about Ama's universe!

Comments are welcome ;)
Thanks to each of you who have updated their pledge yesterday!

Have a great Sunday,

Marc

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    1. Aurore Pupil on March 24, 2017

      Souvenirs, souvenirs... ^^

    2. Andre on March 12, 2017

      Oh right....the game your making now takes place before. i just was not sure how much longer before. I really want to see these two games happen. I love the art style and atmosphere. :)

    3. Mercy Ground Creations Creator on March 12, 2017

      @Andre Thanks! You're right, this is the Ama from the sequel ;)

    4. Andre on March 12, 2017

      I feel like the Ama in the drawing is 14 or 15 while this Ama is 18/19.

    5. Andre on March 12, 2017

      I like the atmospheric sounds. I also like the more mature looking Ama as opposed to the teen or pre teen Ama in the picture on the main page. This is a good update, Thanks Marc