Reynard Devlog #1

In previous blog post I was writing about our Pariah progress and why we decided to work on another game instead. From now on there will only be progress reports for Reynard project.

I’m gonna try to keep these progress reports short and simple 😀

Reynard’s Story

Reynard is a human-like fox who works as a ranger. One day all the children from the “animal” town went missing and because of his personal reasons he decides to travel the world to find them. And that’s all I’ll ever probably write about the story before the release 😀

Art update

For now we’re using some sprites that we could find / buy on opengameart or Even though we already had a dummy art for the main character I decided to replace him with a “bigger” one. The reason lies behind the fact, that we’ll have to draw our own main character which will be larger than our previous “blonde dude”, and I needed something to visualize how his size will fit in with an art.

Feature update

Our character can now:

  • Attack with a sword,
  • Cast a “spell” or throw something,
  • Dash

Besides that I was working on different systems which still aren’t visible in video below, but are working as intended. Some of those systems are:

  • Health system,
  • Stamina system,
  • Weapon system,
  • Perception system

Enough with the words… It’s video time 😀

Next week I’ll probably work on a simple AI system or maybe on interactable items like treasure chests, locked doors or something similar.

Another thing that always surprises me is pixel perfection in Unity3D. Setting up a camera that satisfies my “pixly” eyes is not so easy in an engine that was originally made for 3d games. So I have no doubt that eventually I’ll tackle this problem sooner or later.

If you have any questions or opinions please feel free to express them in the comments down below.



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Pariah: Anton – Generated grass biomes [screenshots]

I still didn’t find the time to write the whole progress report about Pariah, but I can say that in the evenings I’ve been practicing pixel art and during the daytime, I’ve been programming! Because Žiga was late with his art work, I’ve imported my own creations to the generator and it produced couple of cool looking grass biomes 😀


Huge story teaser

Vegetation is pink because of the Artimoon.

We’ve also had a poll about which style would the players prefer to see in the  released version of the game. Majority of people we asked… where n = 6, 4 said that they prefer the art style on the right (picture below).

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PS: I’m the author of the style of the “left” tree – which was used in the current biome generation and Žiga modified it to his style on the “right”. I Will show the next screenshots with the modified style as soon as they are available 😀

Till then,  stay pixely and if you’re interested in updates about our upcoming game Pariah, subscribe to our newsletter and check out our social media.





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Pariah: Anton – progress report #1

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“Pariah: Anton” is our next upcoming game. It is going to be a combination of tower defense game and a 2D sidescroller set in an apocalyptic cyberpunk world. The game will have a background story with as little text as possible (Yeah… I’m a fan of Hyper Light Drifter and Kingdom).

Game info

Player’s main mission will be to gather chips, upgrade his base, craft robots, assign them roles, upgrade them, destroy the spawns of hostile creatures (zombies, monsters and probably other god forsaken creatures.) and escape from planet. The game won’t focus as much on player’s main character as on building base and crafting robots. The crafting system will be as simple as possible, but still enjoyable. Each playthrough will be different because the map is always going to be randomly generated.


We are aiming to release the game on a PC in September and when the time is going to be right, we’re gonna try our best to greenlight the game on a Steam market.


In the last couple of weeks I’ve been thinking about the architecture of the whole game, the player’s movement, which events will be tracked, AI for robots, zombies, monsters etc..

I still don’t have a lot to show you, but till now, I’ve imported a simple sprite (from the asset store) which represents the player (no complicated animations or any other fancy stuff because the main character is still in the drawing board), I’ve imported a sun and a moon drawn by Žiga. The ground is currently decorated with a tileset which will not be used in the final game – we’re aiming for cyberpunk style palette and a little bit simpler shapes.

Player controls

Because the game mainly focuses on the AI of robots and Enemies, the player controls are going to be quite simple. Player is going to be able to walk, dash and use an action button. In video you can see player walking, dashing and dropping chips (without animations :D).

Day and night

Night will stand for terror and will spawn waves of monsters. Day will serve for exploration. I’ll have to figure out which length of day and night will fit the game tempo. We really don’t want player to get bored. That’s why I’m thinking about adding special events which can occur anytime and will lure player to explore the unknown.

Biome generation

World’s will be made out of different “biomes”. Currently we have plan to create biomes for: Base, Grassfield, Forest, Junkyard, Factory. Base will always spawn in the middle of the world and will server as a starting point for our player. Player will be able to expand his base to other biomes. I’ll write more about biomes in the future devlogs. For now I have developed a world generation system which semi-randomly chooses and position biomes in the game.

In video you can see biomes colored for debugging purposes:

  • Base: cyan
  • Grassfield: yellow
  • Forest: green
  • Junkyard: magenta
  • Factory: red

We still have a long way to go to finish our “Pariah”. but then again:

The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step. – Lao Tzu

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