Recent community posts
You obviously can post it on itch.io on the forum for new games, but also use other websites similar to itch.io to publish your game, like GameJolt.com.
We use both GameJolt and itch.io, and find it easier to get views on gamejolt than itch.io
Hi! I am currently working on making a 3D game called Hasmon on unity. Right now, I am trying to develop some sort of enemy AI script, where enemies do their thing until you get too close to them, in which case they attack you. I have a basic script where if you collide with them, it depletes some of your health, and if you attack them, they die, but it doesn't really work that well, as it's hard to collide with them and it doesn't feel quite right. Does anybody have any ideas for a good althorithm?
It's kinda funny, the idea of people downloading a PC game on a tablet. However, it would be cool if there was an emulator where you could play PC games on mobile.
Also is this a big thing? Are lots of people doing it?
Hi! My brother and I started making games a few years ago(Originally on scratch). We then moved to HTML, to Python, and then to making unity games. I am a now teenager and am currently developing a 3d RPG/Survivial game called Hasmon. I am currently trying to gets an enemy AI algorithm. We also use blender, although we have only published one model, a fire engine that my brother made.
I also enjoy doing electronics, and about 9 months ago I was trying to make a retro gaming console with Arduino, and my brother loves doing art and paintings!
I wrote a book about 2 years ago and my brother illustrated it, and we also could speed solve a Rubix cube(We haven't done it for a while, so we are a bit slow).
Our website is at https://www.chillitech.wordpress.com
This game is quite fun, although as people have said, it feels like an early version. When you collide with an object, there the purple light you play as slowly fades over a few seconds then goes to the main screen. This then means that as a player you don't really feel the collisions as much as would be good. You could think about changing that, and also think about changing the purple dot you play as a bit. It may look better as a square shape rather than a round shape.
Hi guys! We have finished the game jam(We made 'The Circus Game: Creating a legacy') and we are now actively developing the game! We have already finished the Play Scene and a new player PC, and we are working on revamping the health bar and adding enemy AI.
Hi, just wondering if multiple people can work on the game jam? Our Chillitech account has two people that develop games(I am one of them). Could we both work on the same game and submit it to the jam? Would that be allowed?
Hi! Sorry, the page is ugly, I made it very quickly! The game jam ends in 3 days, so I have 3 days to make the game awesome! Also, I will take time later to make this page look good.
Edit: Ok, now it looks awesome!
Hi guys, sorry about the delayed message, but we are joining a week-long game jam, weekly game jam 79 on itch.io this week.
This means that throughout this week, we will not be developing hasmon. But we will get back to it as soon as we can.
Are you talking about 3D games or 2D games? For 3D games I use Unity. I learned how to do it by watching YouTube videos, but it was a little hard. I reccomend watching a beginner tutorial about it then trying it out to see if you like it.
Hi guys! A quick update on development progress: We have already updated the inventory and the food collection system, as well as optimised the game to make it run faster. We are currently fixing bugs.
Hi guys! We are currently making version 3 of a game called Hasmon. Hasmon is a free, 3D RPG/Survival game for Windows.
Version 3 will be the best yet. As well as updated graphics and Enemy AI, we are working hard to make it completely bug-free!
You can get Hasmon here: https://chillitech.itch.io/hasmon
Here are some pictures of the game: