Category Archives: Early plans

Recap

This is a special post to recap what has been going on for the past 1,5 years. Media library: Artwork Development Screenshots A list of most notable posts since Knights Province devblog was started in late 2013. Many answers can be found … Continue reading

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What level of graphics will NG try to achieve in the end?

TL;DR: It’s hard to say. I don’t think there’s a game which style I could name a 100% reference.

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Tech tree plans

Let’s temporarily switch away from technical side of development and take a look at planning. Over initial course of planning we had several iterations over tech-tree plans. Here is how it looked like: First plan was rather short and based off … Continue reading

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Tile engine in 3D

Converting games from 2.5D to 3D is simple – make a terrain, put some 3D houses and units, setup perspective projection camera. Game logic still remains the 2D. Starting from the top – is it really that simple to make … Continue reading

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Neat advantage of 3D

3D models have many advantages over 2D sprites, (and drawbacks too), but when it comes to little details, 3D has a neat one – we can change how a unit model looks and that change is propagated throughout the game … Continue reading

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Sketching

Text is boring, how about some pictures? Before touching anything I needed to tackle the biggest blocker of all – do I still remember 3D modelling and can I possibly make something good enough to be used in a game? At … Continue reading

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Laying out directions

Our main goal is to invent a new game that will be a spiritual successor to KaM. Bring it up to date with new gameplay mechanics and graphics. Where do we start?

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So .. writing a new game?

It was middle of the autumn 2013 when we had another talk about starting something new. How come?

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