Indie game storeFree gamesFun gamesHorror games
Game developmentAssetsComics
SalesBundles
Jobs
Tags

Bravery Software

13
Posts
3
Topics
23
Followers
A member registered Feb 27, 2019 · View creator page →

Creator of

Recent community posts

Hello there!

We are starting our Patreon campaign today!

So far, all the progress we made has been self--funded, and that hasn't been easy.

We are humbly asking that if you feel interested in the game and want to help in the development, being part of design decisions and the game itself (you can name an NPC and many more cool stuff!) please consider joining us on Patreon!

https://www.patreon.com/braverysoft

Hope to see you there!

Thank you,

Bravery Team

(5 edits)

Welcome to our itch.io page!



If you're interested in our game, consider purchasing an early access key to help funding it!

We are working hard to bring more content and updates to it, starting at a completely new and online version of the game! Better controls, faster pace, exciting and fun sessions!

New equipment, levels, dungeons, we got several increments coming!

Don't be shy and let us know what you think about the game! How your experience was, if you wish that something would be different, let us know!

Join our discord!

https://discord.gg/Rmsv4uRvt5

Join our Patreon!

https://www.patreon.com/braverysoft

Hope to see you there!

Bravery Team

Thank you!

Hey guys!

I'm Rogério, founder and lead developer at Bravery Software. I started working in our company first game when I was a Lead QA at EA mobile Brazil.

It all started with the new Unreal Engine 4 at the time, I always had the dev-RPG syndrome (for those that don't know this rare disease, it consists of creating at least one RPG before you die). Here's an early footage of how it was looking:

At the time, I was able to recruit a friend to work on the 3D models (thank you Gabriel), and here's a year later:

Bumpy road, but we improved a lot the game. He was working on the character models while I was working on the rest (yes, it all...).

With that, we were able to find Milan, a sound designer and Una, a concept artist. We are a team now.

With a lot of effort and work, the game was launched on Steam early access, with lots and lots of updates:

After launching on Steam, it was time to tackle the consoles.

I started discussing with Microsoft, Nintendo and Sony, what a month! After several emails, tests and documents, we finally got approved for all consoles! Some took more time than others, but it was a dream coming true.

Today we are still a small team, I do all the UE4 work and scenery models, Gabriel does the characters, Milan works on the sound aspects and Una gives form to what I envisioned.

At the start of 2019, we launched our game Capsella The Lights of Lucern on itch.io as well, and we are improving and adding more content to the game as we can.

That's us! Check our game if you want, and save it on your wish list!

Thank you!