Oct 13 2013 - Posted by: Nick Konstantoglou
So our blog has 2 whole blog posts since July. We want to change that. We want to turn this into a development blog. We want to be more open, which means that we might end up talking about things that might not end up happening. So here we go:
Our game Lost Echo has been out for two weeks now. And as we're starting to make our immediate plans I think it's time to share them.
Lost Echo: Resonance is going to be the first big free update to the game. Admittedly we don't have much to show for it right now. What we have is an outline of the events that will take place, a few puzzle ideas we haven't developed yet and a really rough completely new area that we started working on. So why are we (informally) announcing it? Because we decided to do it. We are going to do it. And we are trying to be more open.
The main problem right now is we can't decide on the scope of it. It will be small(-ish?). After a 2+ year development cycle, we can't do another big one, it'll kill us. So a small development cycle. What can we fit into that?
We don't know! We have the following goals:
1) Provide a bit more closure to the game: explain certain things better and make some things very clear that were previously only hinted at.
2) Try a few new puzzle ideas. There were some ideas we had to cut from Lost Echo, or some ideas we got too late into development to fully realize. We'll see if we can experiment with them here.
In any case, we'll try to update the blog with development news frequently, so stay tuned.
Now in other news...
We are going to Casual Connect Kyiv 2013! We are part of the Indie Prize Showcase. This is very exciting for us since it is the first time we are going to a showcase like this as developers. We're not sure what awaits us, but we'll make sure to bring back pictures! (and hopefully an award? ;) )