We are writing this post in what we feel is our humanitarian duty to our fellow man. As most of you have probably heard, the city of Houston, Texas is experiencing a truly devastating flood. The rains overflowed even the massive reservoirs designed to prevent flooding, hurting even areas that were supposed to be safe. Many did not have flood insurance. All need help.
We have developers there - all are safe. Some are waiting for it to be safe to return to their homes, others, already safe, are doing what they can. But a disaster this size needs help from everyone.
We'd like to take this opportunity to remind you all that we're going to be at Pax West, along with representatives from the other two successor projects, Casey McGeever of Ship of Heroes and Chad Dulack of Valiance Online. Head on down to the Cat Theatre this Sunday at 8 pm to see our President and all he has to present about City of Titans.
This internal video was a dev first testing, then demonstrating to the team, the viability of using the same animation on the male and female models.
What to Look For: Playing the same animation, the dev swaps from female to male and back with no issues. Since the male and female models are not the same, it was not a given that animations would be able to do this. Also the female's hair has physics. Somewhat unpolished, but it's there.
Welcome to the first of a new kind of City of Titans release, Developer's Workshop. We will use these to feed you various behind the scenes gifs and videos that we know you all want to see but aren't polished enough to make an update about. These will always be accompanied by a What to Look For and What to Ignore paragraph, to help people know what to make of them (and what not to make of them).
Will City of Titans have interactive effects and/or combos between different power sets?
Because of the complexity involved, we are not currently planning on it. However it is something we will look at further down the road. City of Titans is designed, as much as possible, to be modular and open to changes and improvements during its lifetime.