A quick update for Sacred Armour of Antiriad fans, the Antirad-E remake has kick started again. Will post more information, screenshots and videos as time goes on. To get started here are some in-game shots showing the superb graphic talents of David who has been really busy recreating the spooky look of the original game.
As you may know some of us here at Ovine have a little soft spot for the classic Atari Star Wars game and all its lovely glowy lines. Occasionally we are even let out on day release to play the real thing…
Uncle and Andy playing the real McCoy Uncle playing a Mini Cab version
Well now we aim to bring some of that 19 inch vector CRT fun to the small screen with a new remake. The game will run both on iOS, and Android. Currently the vector engine is coded and is performing nicely on my Nexus 7. I have programmed the basic framework for the last two stages (Surface Run and Trench Run) as you can see in the below clip…
I still need to add music, and get the turrets firing properly to finish the basics of this stage. Then its onto the first stage, which seems the simplest but the one I dread coding the most. Hopefully that part will also go smoothly.
[p-intro]An upcoming game from Smila and myself, The Roslyn Chapel is the backdrop for a “freescape” inspired adventure. You are left an old diary by your grandfather with all of his clues to unlocking the mysteries of the Chapel.
Can you decipher the clues to unlock its secrets?
The game actually came about after Smila “had a dream” about it. He started to sketch what he saw in his dream and thus the game was born..
An in game diary guides you thru the mystery, some take a bit of thought so its not a 2 minute game by any means.
We have a passion for games, whether chunky pixels or with a modern high definition style. At Ovine you'll find many mobile and desktop games; retro-styled and modern. We hope you enjoy playing them as much as we love creating them!