Nice, I like it. Dark should mean dark in a zombie game.
Wow, looks like a different game. Keep it up.
Looks like the night is dark and full of terrors.
I like it.
Looking good. Nice to see some more regular updates :)
Needs creepy fog rolling over the ground.
I'm glad to be part of it, your ideas and concepts for the game reach all of my spectations, thanks!
I especially like how you took the time to react to comments here with an update post-kickstarter, thanks!
looks great. Any chance on some nights being brighter/darker from the moon? :)
I dig this, I like how creepy it feels even just from a screenshot.
I'm asking everywhere, will ROAM be on steam? :D
Looks amazing, especially the shadows through the fence.
I think this is an awesome amount of darkness you guys are working with... you gotta keep it creepy and unknown cause thats what the night is all about.
Yes yes yes. Most nights should be dark, not a tinted slightly dimmed version of daylight like too many games do.
Is it January yet? *drool*
This is looking pretty darn cool.
Damn, all those miserable torches seem to do is remind you how dark it is out there; which could be a good thing depending on how terrified you want the player to be.
This is looking very promising by the minute!
Looks great! I am having trouble waiting for it! Any updates on the playable demo release date?
@Dean - You'll be able to place lights anywhere you want. I had the torches there testing some things. To answer your question: yes, having the torches outside the base would make more sense if you wanted to see whats out there.
@Nathan- Working on that at the moment actually
@Brandon- I agree, I am working on a solution so that over time your "eyes" will adjust and night vision will increase slightly over time after you leave a lit area.
You might want to adjust the night a bit add more blue and lighten it up by 10% (Like a 3/4 moon) then use HDR to lower that lights intensity when near a local light source. So the image above wouldn't change but when your without a light source you can still see a bit.
And can I find car batteries and hook them up to spot lights?
Does it make a difference in the light range if the torch is placed on the outside of the wall so that it isnt shining through and creating a shadow in the area you want to see?
Other than that I really like the look of it
Looks pretty cool to me.