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Prometheon


Prometheon. At it's very first stage it is a crystalline construct, often found around the Aclocudios Pits. Bright yellow fumes and magenta beams of light emerge from its surface, slowly evaporating into thin air. When Aclopolarized it becomes liquid and in this process vast amounts of energy is released. It was the herald of the modern Age, the Age of Industrialization and Corporations.

But while it granted the Tribes the power of heavy machinarium, of world-devestating weaponry and of anti-gravitational flight it was nothing. Nothing compared to what was to come.

Gelatinum... The boundaries of reality were just about the be breached.


Prometheon is an action jump-and-run platformer with lots of shooting and light adventure elements. It has a big focus on variation as well as a slightly rpg-like story with multiple paths.

Our goal was to make a fast-paced game where the player can discover new things all the time; new environments, new enemies, new gameplay mechanics, new game modes, new insights in how the story fits together, etc. Simply, lots of surprises and variation combined with classic platform/shooting action. Besides the platforming the game also contains shoot-em-up sequences, various mini-games, "spirit" battles, etc.

This version is only the first part of the game, about 1/5th of the entire game, but it still contains loads of content and lots of gameplay. If you have played our previous title, Before We Were Dead, this game takes place in the same world although many thousands of years later. Still, there might be links between the two...

Current version : 1.1
Licence : GPL and CC BY-SA


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5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hello, I'm a real human person and I'm interested it this! I definitely liked Before We Were Dead and I can't wait to see how does it relate to the totally different Prometheon (I haven't played it yet). I wish you good luck with further design!

Imerion said...

Hi!

Nice to see someone here who isn't a bot. :) Glad to hear you liked Before! We learned a lot by making that game, so Prometheon is a much fancier experience, while still focusing on telling the story of this universe of ours. I hope you like it!

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Anonymous said...

Hello, I commented here before, I had some time to play Prometheon. The gameplay elements were pretty nice, along with interesting visuals and cool effects like these shadows on the walls. And of course, lots and lots of story, the game world looks incredibly big and detailed. Some gameplay elements were kind of unclear, though, as I had lots of weapons from the start (including three that look the same or one with three firing modes, I'm not sure) and didn't knew what are the differences between them, or how to recharge ammo and health. Unless I missed something.

I like it overall, how are you doing with the design so far? It's a shame you're not known more, I had a hard time finding your blog at first.

Imerion said...

Hi! Nice to hear from you again, and it's really fun to hear you enjoyed the game. We really wanted to put emphasis on detail and story, so especially fun you liked that.

As for the weapons, they were supposed to be given one at a time as the story went on, but in this demo episode we decided to include them all. Especially the Sword is far too overpowered for this early in the game. Also, ammo and health can be found in small pink packs around the levels. They might be a bit hard to spot. :)

Would indeed be fun to get some more response about the game. Some have turned up on other pages though. All our games are available on GameJolt for example : http://gamejolt.com/profile/imerion/5288/