Hello! :D And thanks for stopping by!
I'm a game designer working and living in Barcelona, and Lost Stuff is the first game I'm making ALL on my own.
I've always loved learning new things, but learning new things throughout practice, so I decided to craft this small game to learn to use Construct 2.
However, it's not going to be just placeholder assets and a generic storyline. I want something I can be proud of!
WTH is this game? And: is it even a game?
Good question! This is a so-called Hidden Object game, with cut scenes at the beginning and end of each gameplay or layout.
Since the scope of this project is quite reduced, I decided to make something that at last was perceived as refreshing in some way. That's why I'm trying to play a little bit with the concept of Hidden Object games itself, all mixed up with humble doses of surrealism, because… just because I love humble doses of surrealism!
Progress so far?
By now I've assembled together an acceptably nice game flow consisting on a main screen + intro cutscene + gameplay + transition to next cutscene. The whole storyline consists on 4 gameplay layouts + cutscenes + a final cutscene where this little pointless game unravels. So I just need to kind of duplicate the layouts I already did for the first chapter, and fill them with lots of art.
I want something from you :D
And god, did I made things! Never realized until having to put everything together here. So this was already useful; you already helped me out.
I don't have anything playable yet, but please, post your comments on the art, the premise, or just say you are there reading me and I'm not all alone in this ungrateful but at the same time addictive world of indie game development.
Some Arty things!
Layouts and UI so far
Concept art or whatever
For the splash screen
For the cut scenes
.... and by the way, I'm doing the sounds with my vocals, even though I don't know where this will end up...
... and that's all I have so far...
... and also, you can follow me on Twitter to get news about this and other projects>> https://twitter.com/NadiaOrenes
... and I'll keep on updating this thread.
And thank you so much! :D