Animated .gif pans balcony to elevator.

pyun-pyun · 7 years ago

@saluk Thank ya kindly! I'll be going for 2.5D forthe production version of ijo too.

saluk · 7 years ago

@bobbo - yessss blackwell. The whole series is pretty short but amazing. The ending is strange.

@pyun-pyun - looks so cool with the perspective. I love the voxel look. 3d pixel art :)

pyun-pyun · 7 years ago

@Bobbo ʕ•ᴥ•ʔ Thank you so much! Having the elevator right at the door of the apartment was just my laziness, to be honest. Due to time constraints, etc oku won't be so much a game as a vignette and adding hallways just seemed too troublesome. I was initially going to add a roof garden and a few floors. Hopefully in six months or so I can come back to this project and start turning it into a proper point and click.

I hadn't heard of Blackwell Unbound, but I'll look into it!

Bobbo · 7 years ago

This is awesome. It is a little strange that the elevator is directly outside the door of the apartment instead of leading into something like a hallway, but this is still very cool. It reminds me of the apartment in Blackwell Unbound which is the second game in a fabulous series of point and click adventure games if you are into such things.

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