During the days of October 19th – 21st I enjoyed TwitchCon 2017! The response I received was incredible. Even though the game is still in heavy development, many played and enjoyed what was available. Many valuable lessons were learned and lots of new, and sometimes hilarious bugs were discovered. With that being said, you can now follow my progress on Trello! This allows you to see exactly what i’m working on. I hope this adds transparency to the project and gives everyone some incite into my development process. You can follow the Trello board here.
TwitchCon 2017 setup.
With the new progress tracker comes a new development path. I’ve re-designed several core systems in the game. The player can now control time itself: aging objects, growing trees, and discovering new areas. I hope to make a new build available as soon as the system is in a stable / usable state. I also want to thank everyone who has been tuning in live on Twitch.tv! Your ideas and contributions to Forty mean the world. Thank you.
Sneak peak of new “time bubble” mechanic.
Thanks for reading!