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NetherWorld: Drugs, Sex and Pixels adventure game.

A topic by NetherWorld created Jan 12, 2018 Views: 403 Replies: 11
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NetherWorld is a horizontal side-scrolling adventure/action game, where character development, dialogues and narrative have a special role.

Immerse yourself in a sinister world, explore the world, make friends (or enemies) fight against grotesque bosses or drink a coffee in the town's bar.

You lead a quiet life, have a beautiful house and plans to form a family, you are living NetherWorld dream. One day your wife decides to leave you, probably to ends up with a creature with longer tentacles than you.

You decideto go out searching of the help of alcohol, drugs and sex. 

Soon you will be involved in a deep story with an charming cast of characters.

Most of the combats will be against epic final bosses, each one with totally diferent mechanics.

Fight with sword, torches and shields besides firearms.

In NetherWorld you won't find two similar combats, each boss will have his unique behaviour. This will lead us to situations where you will need to leave our weapons and use the environment or just run away. (Like Shadow of the Colossus with bigger pixels and more tentacles.)

●Rich Story.
●Atractive pixelart style.

●Sexual and drugs references.
●Bad lenguage and cartoon violence.

●A bunch of weapons and accessories.
●A huge number of NPCs with their own behavior.

●A large viriety of scenaries.
●Attractive atmosphere.

● Great battles against giant and grotesque bosses.


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Devlog #01 - Hmm, hello, is anyone there?

Devlog #02 - NetherWorld Teaser Announcement

Devlog #03 - How to weaponize your son

Devlog #04 - The protagonist of NetherWorld asks for help

Devlog #05 - Real time pixel arms


Devlog #06 - NetherWorld is on Kickstarter!


Nice !! I hope your campaign reach the GOAL!! ヾ(≧∇≦)ゞ


Thank you, mate :)

Devlog #07 - NetherWorld graphic breakdown

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Devlog #08 - April-May Devblog

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Devlog #09 - December Devlog