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D'aven - new Transgender game
« on: 11 Sep 2012, 15:42 »
So, production on my new TG point & click adventure game D'aven is officially underway (though I've been making it for a year and a half already on and off).

It's about a world where music is magical but because of this it's heavily controlled by the rich. You play Alison, a poor musician - a technical job in this place - eaking out your meagre living in a chain gang style factory, keeping the other workers in time by day, while playing in the nightclub circuit by night.
Alison knows nothing of magic until one evening her whole life is turned upside down...
Transformed into a man, what starts as a quest to turn herself back into a woman soon escalates into a journey filled with hope and betrayal, learning to strip the truth from the lies and save the ones she loves from the emperor's sinister plans for their poor city of D'aven. 



It will be a lot deeper and richer than my last game, Femspray, and will have Gender Changes, Maniquin transformations, Bondage and Castration, but nothing sexual onscreen. I want it to be a game for everyone that happens to enter into the world of transgender and of fetish this time, rather than something just for kinky fun.



I'm using a mix of prerendered 3D graphics and Pastel painted backgrounds and as my day job is as an actor I'll try and get professional voiceovers for it too.


I'm releasing it in chapters as all in all the game should take me several years to make, with the first chapter being aimed at summer 2013.

Development Progress:

Story: 100%
Puzzles: 95%
Scripting: 25%
Graphics: 45%
Sound/Music: 0%

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More art can be found on my deviantArt page:
http://jngames.deviantart.com/
And there's also an animation test I did for the game over on youtube:

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And here's a link to the first full game I made, Femspray, for anyone interested: http://www.adventuregamestudio.co.uk/Games.aspx/Detail/1154

« Last Edit: 11 Sep 2012, 15:58 by JNGames »
Femspray: A TG adventure game: http://jngames.synthasite.com/

Screenshots and updates from my new game D'aven:
http://jngames.deviantart.com/
and Animations:
http://www.youtube.com/user/TGanimations?feature=mhee

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Re: D'aven - new Transgender game
« Reply #1 on: 11 Sep 2012, 15:53 »
While that sounds like a delightful theme for a game, the pictures aren't showing up!

[edit] Ah, that's better! Nice art style you've got!
« Last Edit: 11 Sep 2012, 16:01 by Technocrat »

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Re: D'aven - new Transgender game
« Reply #2 on: 11 Sep 2012, 16:11 »
I remember the craziness that was Femspray, and am pleased that your graphic style has matured since.

Looking forward to it!

Re: D'aven - new Transgender game
« Reply #3 on: 23 Sep 2012, 21:42 »
Thanks. I'm really pleased with how the pastels work with the 3d animations i've been making.
Femspray: A TG adventure game: http://jngames.synthasite.com/

Screenshots and updates from my new game D'aven:
http://jngames.deviantart.com/
and Animations:
http://www.youtube.com/user/TGanimations?feature=mhee

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Re: D'aven - new Transgender game
« Reply #4 on: 12 Oct 2012, 03:26 »
This is an incredible concept. Totally looking forward to this one.
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