Here's the Dev Log I mentioned in the last post, I reckon the game will be finished tomorrow afternoon -
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I managed to find some great Post process/Shaders for both UE4 & Unity with the help of Scribble . They are a kind of overlay which will add a pixelated look to the game which could match nicely with the Lo-fi aesthetic of the Jam. Here's the links -
UE4's Pixelated Post Process - https://github.com/DaveFace/UnrealRetroShaders
Unity's Pixelated Shader - https://assetstore.unity.com/packages/vfx/shaders/fullscreen-camera-effects/pixe... or a modified version of it - https://github.com/bengreenier/Unity-Pixelation-v2
Just finished modelling Santa's Sleigh here's a video of it in action along with some screenshots. For the movement I used the template of a Car from UE4 and replaced it with the Sleigh along with an actor trigger that disables the gravity. I'll also be doing a Dev Log on my progress in the games Jam soon.
Hey Jakob_Reborn, Here's two ways on how to get to the next segment of the game from where you mentioned, hope this helps. :D
By the way, I just released a patch for the game so it may be worth downloading the game again since a few bugs near the ending have now been fixed.
Hi masterkeef, thanks for taking the time to play it. I'll be improving the game with patches over time and so I'm going to see if I can make the game easier to go through in the next patch. Thanks again for playing. :D
Hi FluffeyPanda's world, thanks for playing the game, I've fixed the power switch ending now so downloading the game again should sort it out. I'll also work on the F key problem you mentioned at the end for the next patch.
Thanks again for taking the time to play the game and giving me feedback. :D
My YT channel is called Stay Retro if your interested in following the game.
Hey e-namel, I'd be happy to have a read of the plot you've made so far, as for creating a game I could point you in the right direction for anything in the Unreal Engine 4 as there are some great tutorials on You Tube which can get you started quite easily.