Slow Bros. just announced that they will be doing a livestream detailing their work on Hatold Halibut. It's an adventure game made by 3D-scanning the „real-world“ models. The livestream is scheduled for Wednesday 19 July, 2017 at 7 PM BST.
Indie studio Slow Bros. announced a livestream for "Harold Halibut - A Handmade Adventure Game". The livestream is scheduled for Wednesday 19 July, 2017 at 7 PM BST. A Q&A as well as a live sculpting session by the game's art director, Ole Tillmann, is also planned.
You can chek the livestream out right here.
The members of the team will be acting out the game’s dialogue during the gameplay portion of the livestream as well as provide some details about the characters.
"We are also going to release a new teaser after the event. We don’t want to spoil anything yet, but we think it will give a good feel for the world of the game", says Onat Hekimoglu, the game designer.
Harold Halibut is an adventure game, with a focus on storytelling and exploration. The player takes on the role of Harold, a "young janitor and lab assistant, fulfilling his duties amidst a diverse community that lives under water".
The game’s look is achieved by 3D-scanning the „real-world“ models, which are made using classic sculpting, set-building and puppet fabrication techniques. Hence the sculpting session.
Harold Halibut is set in a spaceship wreckage, stuck under the sea on a distant water planet.
You can back this project on Kickstarter right now.
Slow Bros. was founded in 2015 by long time friends Onat Hekimoglu, Ole Tillmann, Fabian Preuschoff and Daniel Beckmann. Harold Halibut is the first full-length video game the team is taking a stab at.