NO HOME OF MINE - Cosmic Horror Survival

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  1. iamDavidNight

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    Hey everyone! Here's a new game I'm currently working on called "No Home Of Mine".

    - No Home of Mine is a cosmic horror survival game with puzzle and platforming mechanics.

    - You'll control 3 members of a family, each with their own unique skills, as you survive through mutated humans, bandit survivors and mysterious invading aliens in a world that is no longer our home.

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    Come join the discord channel to be apart of the journey! - No Home Of Mine - Discord Channel Link

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    Added a new character design and animations!
     
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    Update 2 - Introducing the Harvester Entity! A human, mutated from an alien virus with the soul purpose to consume... all other biomass. Humans, animals, even your mom's cooking!

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    Hello, this game seems really amazing and I wanted to know if it's available or if you still working on it ? and if it's available, in which platforms can we find it please ?
     
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    The use of foreground/midground/background here is really efficient.
     
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    Looks great! Dig the retro feel.
     

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