Inevitable, eh? No robotic gentlemen would complete without a robot’s best friend, the ruthless and relentless hunting hound. This deadly beast is a fine tracker, and works hard to pin down hapless quarry as the tweedpunk peers close in for the kill… More below.
James has created a gallery showing off one of our alternate times of day: a pinky dusk. Ooh, lovely. Head below for more. Might make some good desktops, eh?
The next gallery will reveal our robotic hounds.
From here. Great work.
We’re making our open-world game Sir, You Are Being Hunted using some procedural techniques. The most important of these generates the environment from raw scenery materials. This post details a little about how that process works.
The British Countryside Generator, as we’re calling it, is our procedural world engine for Sir You are Being Hunted. It’s plugged into Unity, which we are using as our overall development toolbox. It’s still a work in progress, but already delivers much of what we want for our game world, without us having to hand-place environmental features, as you might in traditional level editing. You can see some examples of the environments produced by our system here and here. (Continued below)