I think the Tribloos 3 Trailer is well overdue, don’t you? So here it is!
I was originally going to create a teaser trailer, then a story trailer and then a gameplay trailer. But they eventually ended up merging into a single trailer above. Look out for the game coming to Steam in the next few weeks!
The Marketing push begineth
Do you run or are aware of a games review site or youtube channel which you believe would like to share the Tribloos 3 trailer? Let us know and we will also send over a review code!
There will be further announcements on how to get your hands on the game and even one of our real life tribloos over the next few days. We’ll be running a contest, updating our Steam page in preparation and basically just sharing the heck out of it whenever and wherever we can.
As well as looking at our next project we am also preparing the demo version of the game for Steam. That way everyone can look forward to trying the game one way or another! It’ll be very sensibly priced of course…
Anyway, tell us what you think of the trailer. Get ready for release day which is pencilled in for the 12th of April 2018.
Ignore the prototype number. We don’t really have one.
We were on version 0.001 of Tribloos 3 for about 6 months so. Also Rich hates numbers so let’s just say it’s *A* prototype.
We spoke about this a couple of weeks ago on our Live Stream “The Kitchen” show which we run every weekend (this weekend it’s on Saturday). We had a discussion about how we want to run the development. We kind of covered this in yesterday’s “The Fear of the Unknown” post but you can hear us vocalise this in the video below.
Some progress has been made since this version was shown but we thought we’d extract it from the live stream feed and put it on YouTube. This way we can specifically show what we’re currently working towards for anyone who doesn’t want to wade through our (pretty awesome) 2 hour show!
The good stuff happens about 8 minutes in (obviously our developer chat is awesome but if you just want to see the game then start from there.)
Have you seen Scrap Mechanic yet? We played it during our livestream last Friday and thought it was pretty bloomin’ awesome.
It’s billed as a survival game but we mostly spent out time building weird contraptions in an attempts to drive, or vaguely fly, around the land. We didn’t quite get the hang of things straight away and there was plenty of trial and error before we got anything remotely usable. However we were really taken with the building mechanics and instructions on how to use the different elements of the game. Continue reading “We played Scrap Mechanic”→