Wow it looks good hopefully you continue it.
Tenebrae - Twilight of the Gods (Prototype)
A downloadable game for Windows
This is the original unfinished/unreleased prototype of our first project, 'Tenebrae - Twilight of the Gods'. We're uploading it for the FragmentJam. The project is currently on hold and at this stage there are no chances it will ever be completed.
We decided to share the result of 2 years of hard work with you guys, make sure to let us know what you think in the comments section below.
Controls scheme: http://www.tenebraegame.com/tenebrae-controls/
Tenebrae – Twilight of the Gods is a modern, fast-paced Metroidvania for PC/Xbox One.
At its core, Tenebrae is a story-driven Action RPG – Metroidvania blend paying homage to 80’s/90’s classics and various other titles of the Metroidvania genre.
Its underworld is procedurally generated from a plethora of hand-crafted rooms that gradually unravels before the player’s eyes, with its variety of traps, secrets and hidden treasures blended into larger, open and safe zones into the map.
Non-linear maps rely heavily on backtracking and re-playability with new moves , skills and weapons allowing access to previously inaccessible areas in the game’s advanced stages.
Use both melee and ranged weapons empowered with obscure magic to fight against unique, huge bosses and their armies of demons and other eery creatures.
- Quality Visuals and Art
- Gripping motion-comic styled narrative packed with twists and turns
- Two separately playable characters that allow for two refreshingly different points of view, each with their own combat-styles and abilities that lead to alternate thought provoking endings.
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Hey guys, great to see a glimpse at what could have been. After having seen this on your site a while back I was wondering if there was going to be any news on it, and it's to bad this was that news. Still, I think it shows your team's ability to create a great experience in different genres and I look forward to whatever else you do!