It’s really exciting behind the ivy covered walls of Hero-University. We’ve been working hard to turn the Unity game system into a game engine that has all the abilities of the old Sierra Game engine that created the Adventure Games. Now we’re starting to get it to do things that Sierra could never do. We can’t wait to show you..
We will have a playable demo by the end of the month that will look a bit like an Adventure Role-playing game that you all know and love. We’ve even got a few references in it to the old Sierra games. But there’s a lot more to show off…
Our Music Man is a Winner!
Ryan Grogan, our composer, recently won the award for Best Music for Children’s TV – for animated series ‘GASP!’ – at the 2012 Australian Screen Music Awards. He composed music for the very popular animated series “Guess How Much I Love You?”
We are so proud to have animator Mark Povey join our team. He recently worked on the “Broken Sword” game and on the Tarzan game for the PS1. He has worked before with the tools that we are using with Unity for our animations. Best of all, he’s a traditional animator who worked with companies like Steven Spielberg’s Amblimation animation studio and Don Bluth, so he knows how to make things really move.
Corey and I will be going to E3 in Los Angeles next week to speak with people about publicity and distribution for Hero-U. If any of you are going to be there and would like to meet up with us, let us know in the comments below.
Here’s a pencil sketch from JP that shows off the courtyard of the school… You have to look closely to see Shawn wandering around. Don’t worry that you’ll need a magnifying glass to play this game. We’ll move the camera closer to Shawn when the room is in the game.