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The Adventurezator is an emergent adventure game about creating emergent adventure games!
The Adventurezator is an emergent adventure game about creating emergent adventure games!
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Chroma Squad is seriously messed up. Plus - The Birth of Pignus!

I love games that don't take themselves seriously. And my fellow compatriots from Behold Studios take their job of not taking themselves too seriously very seriously. They've shown that with their previous game Knights of Pen and Paper, which is great; and now they've gone even more crazy with Chroma Squad, where you manage a sentai hero studio. I mean, really - I love crazy in my games, and I can't wait to get my hands on this - and it's on PC, which I very much prefer, thank you very much.

It seems seriously messed up, and it probably is. All the more reason to go check it out and back it! http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1893273284/chroma-squad-manager-game-with-japanese-style-supe

The Birth of Pignus, by Samicelli

All the paintings in the Adventurezator are customizable - you can select local image files to be displayed inside the frames. For our main campaign, we are creating a different painting to go with each level. Some of these will be available in super-hi-res for large size printing, and they look amazing. This is what we'll use as the signed poster reward tiers.

This one you've already seen in the main description - it goes on the small painting inside the Orc prison level:

And the bottom one is from level 2 - 'Angry Bears' (they get angrier than the painting would lead you to believe)

The next one is the one Sami is working now, and it's not done yet, but we'll show you the progress so far. It's for the castle level - where our pseudo-heroes will meet a couple of Weeping Angels, which may take a turn for the past! If you don't know what a Weeping Angel is and what it does, you need to go watch 'Blink', from Doctor Who - seriously, like, RIGHT NOW.

I'll post a quickie with more of this when it'd done.

When you 'Check Out' the painting when playing the level, the camera will switch to first person and zoom in to take a good look. But it's not there just to look nice - you can customize the description used when it's looked at (both text and/or speech), which can be used to add a little extra backstory, or give the players some hints.

So now would be a good time to increase your pledge level and take home one of these incredible posters!

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    1. saiqlo on August 5, 2013

      CS pointed me here. Good company!