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Re: Dysmaton - formerly known as "Forgotten City"
« Reply #80 on: 25 Jul 2017, 10:40 »
The 'Winners Don't Use Drugs' was some sort of anti-piracy measure in the arcades back in the 1980s, right?

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Re: Dysmaton - formerly known as "Forgotten City"
« Reply #81 on: 25 Jul 2017, 12:07 »
It was from the 1980's, but "Winners Don't Use Drugs" wasn't about stopping piracy, but drugs. :)

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Re: Dysmaton - formerly known as "Forgotten City"
« Reply #82 on: 25 Jul 2017, 13:29 »
It should be 'Pirates Don't Use Drugs'

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Re: Dysmaton - formerly known as "Forgotten City"
« Reply #83 on: 25 Jul 2017, 20:13 »


Just so everyone knows what's going on: the first to find and name all the Easter Eggs in the pic above gets a shout out on the Dysmaton site, plus a copy of the Neofeud Short Story Collection. ;)

And here's a higher res pic: http://i.imgur.com/iuTKXtq.jpg

I think there's just one more Easter Egg to find!

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Re: Dysmaton - formerly known as "Forgotten City"
« Reply #84 on: 25 Jul 2017, 20:31 »
Is this ship uses windows 10 or 8? And the image above Neofeud is Battlestar Galactica?
http://i.imgur.com/bZ1S24d.png

yes windows 10
http://mexgeekeando.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/windows-10-start-button.png

edit by darth - non-game production related images changed to links
edit by horusr - opps sorry
« Last Edit: 25 Jul 2017, 21:23 by horusr »

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Re: Dysmaton - formerly known as "Forgotten City"
« Reply #85 on: 25 Jul 2017, 21:21 »
Alright, I think horusr has won the secret thingy hunt! :D

Thanks everyone for playing, you all did a great job. Now I can finally stop procrastinating development! (Damnit!)

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Re: Dysmaton - formerly known as "Forgotten City"
« Reply #86 on: 25 Jul 2017, 21:31 »
Thanks to everybody whofound things I can't find... Thanks to bill gates for windows 10 and of course SilverSpook for giving away a copy of Neofeud game(just forcing my luck).
https://cdntr2.img.sputniknews.com/images/102118/18/1021181873.jpg

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Re: Dysmaton - formerly known as "Forgotten City"
« Reply #87 on: 26 Jul 2017, 02:34 »
I love Leo gifs! XD 

Anyway, here you guy, horusr, you're on the Dysmaton site!

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Re: Dysmaton - formerly known as "Forgotten City"
« Reply #88 on: 26 Jul 2017, 23:59 »
Hey AGSers!  If anyone would like to talk about one of their adventure games (a sci-fi / cyberpunk game would be cool, but not necessary!) and/or their art, gamedev process, etc. with Silver Spook in a podcast / video in the near future, please let me know! (post here or message, etc!)  I want to help spread the word about your game, AGS generally, and talk to some cool people (you are all super cool, so don't worry about that!)  I'm hoping to do this sometime this week, although the time is not nailed down.  Let me know!

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Re: Dysmaton - formerly known as "Forgotten City"
« Reply #89 on: 30 Jul 2017, 09:07 »
"Coworking"



"I'm sorry. Your cinnamon chai latte delivery could not be completed. We will require additional information to verify your account."

In other news, don't hold me to this, but it looks like I'll be having a chat with AGS veteran and adventure game maker extraordinaire, Fitz next weekend!  Stay tuned!
« Last Edit: 30 Jul 2017, 09:10 by SilverSpook »

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Re: Dysmaton - formerly known as "Forgotten City"
« Reply #90 on: 31 Jul 2017, 20:01 »
Hilarious playthrough of Dysmaton by a Youtuber called "Clown Nebula".  It sounds great with an Italian playing it!  Bravissimo!



EDIT: Accidentally posted the trailer, here's the right video!
« Last Edit: 31 Jul 2017, 21:18 by SilverSpook »

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Re: Dysmaton - formerly known as "Forgotten City"
« Reply #91 on: 31 Jul 2017, 21:05 »
you embedded the trailer, not the italian vid.

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Re: Dysmaton - formerly known as "Forgotten City"
« Reply #92 on: 08 Aug 2017, 04:12 »
Woohoo! Dysmaton is big in German, or possibly despised- I'm not sure cause I can't read it! 

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Silver Spook Games, die Entwickler von 'Neofeud' arbeiten an einem neuen SciFi-Adventure: 'Dysmaton'. Darin kämpfen wir mit der jungen Ingenieurin Noria auf einer Raumkolonie ums Überleben, nachdem die Maschinen die Kontrolle übernommen haben. An diesem verhängnisvollen Tag hat Noria alles verloren und ist seither auf der Flucht vor den feindseligen Robotern. Auf der offiziellen Homepage kann bereits eine Demo des Spiels heruntergeladen werden. Dort findet Ihr auch einen Link zu Patreon, über den die Entwickler um Unterstützung bitten.
 

http://www.adventurecorner.de/news/7049/wochenecho-nr-407

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Re: Dysmaton - formerly known as "Forgotten City"
« Reply #93 on: 08 Aug 2017, 04:31 »
It's a neutral description of the plot. Then they tell the readers where to get the demo, and that you have a Patreon.

Then again, EVERY adventure game is big in Germany. It's our thing, kinda.
« Last Edit: 08 Aug 2017, 04:35 by ClickClickClick »

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Re: Dysmaton - formerly known as "Forgotten City"
« Reply #94 on: 08 Aug 2017, 04:40 »
Ah, well that's a relief! :D

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Re: Dysmaton - formerly known as "Forgotten City"
« Reply #95 on: 09 Aug 2017, 06:31 »
Confirmed. It says:

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Silver Spook Games, the developers of 'Neofeud'. are working on a new sci-fi adventure game: 'Dysmaton'. In it, as a young engineer by the name of Noria you fight for survival in a space colony after machines took over. On this fateful day Noria lost everything and has since been on the run from the hostile robots. On the game's official website you can already download a demo of the game. You'll also find a Patreon link there, through which the developers are asking for support.

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Re: Dysmaton - formerly known as "Forgotten City"
« Reply #96 on: 09 Aug 2017, 10:22 »
Jesus dude, these screenshots are enthralling. Such a unique and impactful style.

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Re: Dysmaton - formerly known as "Forgotten City"
« Reply #97 on: 13 Aug 2017, 00:17 »


Today's work on Neofeud + Dysmaton!  (The sketching of some future Dysmaton assets happens towards the end)

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Re: Dysmaton - formerly known as "Forgotten City"
« Reply #98 on: 17 Aug 2017, 05:44 »
After seemingly infinite days of marketing / coding / suit brain, I've finally gotten to doing something actually creative! 

Here's a little backstory snippet, some world / character building for Dysmaton.  (Don't worry, no spoilers!)


    Micro-homesteading on the edge of the Floodlands, Wolf wasn't in the best of spots. Auto-trucks, autoplanes, there weren't shit-all left to do. Some deep-seated sense of libertarianism, installed by his Alex-Jones-loving lunatic of a father wouldn't allow himself to kick his last-season lumberjack-hipster boots up and collect UBI. "Drip-fed existence was another slower death. Once we're all lobotomized by their media, games, drugs, then the next step is the Fema Camps. Like herding cattle, mark my words."

   Wolf had been some kind of hot shit on the game circuit, before game development itself was automated and schools and universities were a cross between a social media flamewar and an MMORPG where your 'grades' were 'in-game achievements'. Subscribers in the five-figures, almost scraping by on pop-tart ad revenue and unbox-whoring the latest triple-A game. Last one he did was, "Democracy!" - a roguelike politics-sim where you played a citizen of your own country, and got to rage online over which candidate was more asinine, fascist, or in cahoots with evil countries. The results of "Democracy!" counted as actual votes, as voter turnout both to physical booths and mail-in had plummeted to less than 5%.

   "A Games Journalist", if there ever was a definition of a non-job, nine-to-ten odds you could find that in urban dictionary. A fan of the 'antediluvian' (pre-2000) classics, Wolf had worked the beat on Atari, went to every Apple II Lovers convention, had met and took gratuitous selfies with the very first zx-81 programmer. Then enter robo-journalism, and bye-bye mortgage qualification and adult-ish independent existence.

   Sitting in the boarded-up recesses of a mall that piped in a noxious mixture of stale Kalvin Klein scent, CNN, and fifty-year-old Michael Jackson tunes.  Nearly abandoned, save a few 70-year-olds with alzheimers and countless grandchildren, abandoned by their millennial parents for more globe-trotting and "career-dabbling".

   A Glamagle drone found him, even with his phone off, and GPS disabled. Wolf glanced at the octo-copter's glaring eye, the camera phones of an Asian tourist taking selfies with a Trump statue, and Wolf in the frame.

   I better not decide to go back into actual investigative journalism, or I'll be assassinated in seconds.

   He shouldered his way past a rack of "Russian Hacker" t-shirts in an empty Hot Topic and headed for the exit.
« Last Edit: 17 Aug 2017, 05:48 by SilverSpook »

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Re: Dysmaton - formerly known as "Forgotten City"
« Reply #99 on: 19 Aug 2017, 10:27 »
I'll be livestreaming work on Dysmaton Saturday, 3 PM EST! Come hang out!
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