After hours of scouring the darkest corners of the world wide web, places that were as well hidden as Josef Fritzl’s secret basement, we stumbled across this week’s featured inclusions to our #ScreenshotSaturday post. There is a real mix of all sorts this week, including a revisit to a game we previously looked at in this series. So buckle up because you’re in for one hell of a ride.
If you remember our first ever #ScreenshotSaturday piece way back in Feb of this year, then you may remember Gibbous: A Cthulu Adventure. Well, it makes a return to our #ScreenshotSaturday feature this week with this awesome little time-lapse video that shows the process of painting the background from start to finish. Can you believe that this took around 10 hours to do? That’s some real dedication right there.
The next featured game in our article may be no surprise to some of you, as by now you’ll have realised that anything that even has a sniff of zombie scent will have me salivating like a fat guy who sees’s some cake (I know this because I am a fat guy and I can currently see cake). The game, which is called ReZistance: Darkest Before Dawn and is created by Yellowboi, is a multiplayer RPG for PC that is due out hopefully this year or the next. It is set in a large open world where you have to learn to survive, not just from the boogie monster that sleeps beneath your bed but from the ever-changing harsh weather conditions too. This clip shows some of the work the devs have done on weather based effects, and you should notice the snow building up on the ground.
To finish off this week’s article we have a game that immediately caught my eye and took my mind back to my school days; it’s called Escape Doodland and is developed by appSide Down. The background to the game is like a page from one of your old math exercise books, and the graphics for every other part of it are just like the drawings people would doodle on their books instead of doing actual work (minus the always present penis drawings). The game is planned for release on all good computers and mobiles this year, and I can’t wait to get my hands on it.
And that is it once again my lovely audience. Hopefully, you enjoyed these clips as much as I did and if you’re intrigued by what you have seen and want to find out more, just click on the names of the games or their developers to be taken to their social media pages and websites (where available). See you next week folks!