A fast paced, easy to learn, hard to master twin stick shooter. If you are familiar with this genre, than it needs little explanation... Just stay alive as long as you can, using your skills and a variety of different pickups while shooting down everything you see! Do your best and see if you can get the best score in the world ranking lists. Also featuring a local multiplayer, where you can team up and try to defeat other teams from all around the world!
In Triball the player is a ball, living in a world where all balls live in tribes. Basically we replaced the human element with these living spheres. Some of these tribes live in harmony with each other.
As the player, you will control one ball belonging to the peaceful tribe, suffering a threatening attack on his village. This brave Triball goes after the one responsible to make sure his tribe is avenged.
Sneakpeak of my current project, still under heavy development. The moment I can show more, I will.
This is me, I started this studio so I could do what I like, and do it the way I see fits. My interests are games... And particularly the design aspect of it. After years of playing around in game engines, 3D modelling tools and scripting languages, I taught myself the skills needed to make my own games from scratch. So these days, I maintain my company designing stuff I come up with, and I'm also a teacher at Deltion College, where I teach students the basics of scripting and gamedesign.
There are a couple of things I am horribly bad at, audio/music design and 2d art are easily on top of that list... Games however, tend to be a better experience if these elements are of good quality, that is why I tend to team up with people that are really good at those things.
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