Very happy to finally be able to announce a date for the release of Blackout!
The game will be available August 19th, for Windows, Linux and MacOS!
Here’s our launch trailer, hope you like it 🙂
At first I decided to add keyboard control to make testing easier and faster (also tendinitis), but then I realized it might actually be a better way to play rather than using the mouse.
For the regular gameplay, you can advance pages with the left and right arrow, and make choices with numbers 1 to 5.
The white font on the third choice means this option was already selected on a previous play-through, since the game has many different paths, I thought it would be nice for the player to visualize which options are new to him.
The SPACE key has a different function depending on the context. In most places it will act as a mouse click (advancing a dialog cutscene, maximizing/minimizing an image), but it is also used in the minigames. By the way, if you played the demo version, you will notice that the minigames are now linked to the relevant attributes, so they will be harder or easier depending on the value of your attribute.
And of course you can access the Map (M), File (F) and Options (O).
Besides that, I’ve also started working on polishing some aspects like adding fade in/out and adding some animation to tape-covered text.
We were at Gamercom with Insignia Games to unveil Lunata Adventure, another game on the Lunata Franchise coming to PS Vita and PC!
It’s a platformer/schmup mix, something along the lines of the recent Rayman games!
We also showed a new app called Lunata Playground, made for kids, with a ton of activities and minigames! Lunata Rescue was also playable there!
Here are some pictures of the event!
Cloud was also there on a side quest!