[EARLY ACCESS] Storm Chasers

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  1. Little Cloud Games

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    Twister was a great movie.

    I think that every child of my generation have seen Bill Paxton chasing tornadoes. It was in 1996...

    More than twenty years later, only a few great series was released and I was thinking to myself "Why isn't there any videogame about storm chasing?" so I decided to start experimenting with tornadoes on unity.

    After nearly two years of development, let me present to you my new videogame: Storm Chasers.




    Game Features
    • Singleplayer missions to learn the game basis
    • Online 1 vs 1, 2 vs 2 or 4 vs 4 modes to play against other storm chasers
    • Multiple game mechanics: Photography, Outbreak, Tornado Control... etc.
    • Realistic tornadoes physics with strong winds and props destruction
    • Big detailed map inspired by Tornado Alley landscapes
    • Changing weather conditions and time of day
    • Complexe photographies evaluation algorythm: distance, focus, visible debris... etc.
    • Customizable car equipped with weather radars to spot storm activity
    • Tornado PODS with a flat base to measure wind velocity and direction at ground level
    • Image gallery to manage all of your photos and share it on Steam
    • Editable online FM radio station to listen inside your car
    Please, tell me what you think about this first trailer and let me know if you have any question about the game development.

    Links
    Steam: https://store.steampowered.com/app/862800/Storm_Chasers/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stormchasersvideogame/
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/StormVideogame
     

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