Hi! Finally we are working on our second game called Hobohood . But take it easy , this is a very early prototype version yet. The look is so simple and white, the buildings are small...
This is working for us to test the basics mechanisms.
In this video, Im simulating the "Bilboard vision" or a "2.5D" (3D fake) on Construct:
I cant put URLs here. Please, copy and paste it "https://" in begining of this: youtu.be/Vj7BeLzKUmI
--- Game High Concept ---
Hobohood is a survival game about urban survival while being a homeless person. It's not an easy game just because it's not situated in the wilderness, though. The city is ruthless, providing a variety of dangers to the player.
The concept of the game is simple. We want to provide an unforgiving environment with tons of possibilities and rewards to those who work hard for them.
The hobo is the protagonist of the game. He became a homeless person for some unknown reason. But he must face the elements of the city to survive. He will need food and water to survive, as he will need to stay cool when it's hot and stay warm when it's cold. He may get some disease if he's careless.
We want to give the player opportunities to survive, so, for example, if the hobo is feeling hungry and has nothing to eat, he can either steal food from someone or he can try to get some honest money to pay for it. Each one with its own consequence and difficulty in the process. We want to make the whole game like this, not just with food. The player may choose whichever way he finds most suitable for him, if he's able to deal with the consequences.
The city is procedurally generated, with its own districts, being equivalent to biomes in wilderness survival games. Each one has its own advantage and disadvantage, for example: if you set camp in a ghetto district, the authorities will leave you alone, but thugs will harm you and steal your stuff more often. Or you could choose to live in the sewers, where authorities and criminals don't dare to delve in, but where giant, aggressive rats and creatures live, not to mention the danger that are the disease-spreading fungi.
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