We did this stonegarden level design for Beneos Battlemaps, who are offering many different maps that are used for table top role-playing games.
The design is based on a grid system, allowing players to easily navigate and plan their movements. Our focus was on delivering high-quality results and creating a mystic, atmospheric mood for players to immerse themselves in. The end result is a detailed and visually stunning map set that will enhance the gaming experience for players.
For the RPG game Calamity, we developed the main menu UI with the goal of creating a unique experience for the player.
We created custom animations and effects for the buttons and added an animated fog with glowing runes in the background to enhance the atmosphere.
The result is an outstanding menu that fully immerses the player in the game’s world from the moment they start playing.
This is a little tech demo which we’ve created using the good old Grux for the purpose of providing it through our website using pixel streaming, similar to how Google Stadia Works.
This way the demo was playable in full quality immediately without the requirement of having a powerful computer or downloading the application first.
We’ve created this main menu for an upcoming fighting-game, similar to titles like Tekken or Street Fighter.
The goal was to develop a UI of AAA quality with a modern and appealing design. The menu is built using a bunch of animations to make it look more interesting and alive.
Besides the main menu, there is also the character selection UI which was built with the aim for simplicity and efficiency.
We were tasked with crafting a breathtaking environment for an open world game set in Iceland.
We wanted to capture the rocky and cold mood of the region and create a vast landscape for players to explore.
Using assets from Quixel Megascans, we were able to bring the harsh and beautiful terrain of Iceland to life
VictiMind is an unique story-driven, turn-based strategy game for VR. Set inside the mind of an unstable patient in a mental asylum.
The game was, on the programming side, fully developed by us. From the first prototype and proof of concept setups, through to the playable pre alpha version.
Many modular systems were developed during this process, like a tutorial system, modular VR-beam text, a modular ability UI and much more.
Have a look at the gameplay video for further impressions.
This vikings village level design transports players back into an ancient century. We created it for a topdown rpg game with the aim for high end graphics.
Using Quixel Megascans assets and custom 3D models, we created this level to capture the mood and atmosphere of the viking culture. From the rugged terrain to the intricate details of the buildings, this level immerses players in the world of vikings
This teaser video was created for the upcoming game Industry Giant 4.0
The idea was to transport the message of automation and robotic within a short sequence which represents the fully automated industry 4.0. Therefore the animated laser-roboter was used to laser “4.0” from the sheet-metal, carried by a drone.
We’ve developed a prototype of a third person RPG game set in a fantasy world.
Our team created a leveling system with skill trees, attribute points, and multiple abilities. We also implemented a quest system and developed the main menu and game UI.
The goal was to create a functional, yet immersive, prototype of the game so its features can be ironed out further.
We developed a machine viewer application for the presentation of industrial machines, such as CNC-Milling machines.
The goal was to create a comprehensive tool that allows the outdoor staff to easily show the various components of these machines. The application features the ability to isolate individual parts for closer inspection, as well as the ability to rotate, zoom, and pan the view. In addition to visual aids, the application also includes technical details and datasheets for each part of the machine.
For an RPG game, we designed a set of stylized props to bring the game world to life. We covered the whole process from concept through 3D modeling, UV unwrapping, and texturing.
We created this Endless Runner for one of our customers. The target platform was mobile. The game itself was built fully modular, all the track tiles are dynamically spawned and destroyed on runtime, based on the players progress. Thanks to the modular workflow, creating new tiles, changing tile spawn weights, modifying coin spawn splines and more is very easy and doable by non-programmers.
We also did some performance optimization run to ensure the game is running smoothly on mobile platforms.
We developed a VR Wheelchair Simulator for one of our customers. Goal was to reproduce the behavior of a real world wheelchair in virtual reality.
This means you can grab the tires and rotate them with your hand to make the wheelchair move and turn. Breaking is also possible by grabbing the tires in a different way (for better usability).
Many custom algorithms were needed to reproduce lots of specific behavior which makes the wheelchair in the end feel like a real wheelchair.
This application was developed as a learning resource to be used through browsers, based on HTML5, without the need of downloading a separate software.
Outfits can be configured, the soldier can be rotated °360 and every component of the outfit can be hovered to see its name and article number.
In case an outfit component is overed by others, the covering components are automatically hidden on hover to have a clear view onto the hovered component.
For an environmental project, we designed a beautiful forest path scene set in the morning.
Our focus was to create a photorealistic environment that transports the viewer to the tranquil setting. Using Quixel Megascans assets, we were able to bring this peaceful forest path to life.
In this project, we were tasked with creating a female scavenger character for a post apocalyptic top-down game.
Working from a concept, we modeled and textured the character to bring it to life. In order to ensure easy use in the Unreal Engine, we also rigged the character to the Mannequin skeleton, allowing for the use of marketplace animations.
We created this apocalyptic city from scratch, based on concept art. The models were created with the focus on visuals and performance at the same time. Textures were created using Substance Painters PBR-Workflow and then assembled using the Unreal Engine 4 Material-System.
The level was built with the goal of being used for a top-down RPG, similar to games like Diablo3. Therefor the whole scene was assembled in UE4 and prepared for being explored using a top-down character with click-to-move controls in multiplayer.
This project was developed for one of our customers. We created therefore a level design with the goal to reproduce a kind of PUB feeling. Then we developed a VR version of Air Hockey which is now playable in this virtual PUB. The target platform is the Oculus Quest, so there is almost no limit for enjoying this game.
When entering the room you have the possibility to just step up to the AirHockey Table using a dynamic teleport system. This makes an UI appear where you can start a singleplayer (against AI) or multiplayer game. For the purpose of making multiplayer possible, there is a big screen on the wall were you can select and join a server.
For this project, we designed a gaming room specifically for V-Tubing. The goal was to create a space that would allow sitting down in multiple spots while still having ample room to move around.
The design was inspired by a pink, female streamer/gamer room, and we aimed to capture that aesthetic in the final result.
We developed this VR product viewer that allows users to explore the details of various products in virtual reality.
This interactive tool offers a way to isolate individual parts of a product or machine, as well as the ability to hide certain parts. Users can even grab, move, and rotate parts of the product or machine to disassemble it piece by piece and fully explore all its details.
This tool is a great way for customers to get a closer look at a product before making a purchase.
We developed this slice feature for one of our customers.
After activating it, the plane can be moved and rotated using the VR Motion Controller by grabbing it like an object.
The plane then slices every predefined object along its surface, no matter how complex the mesh may be.
We built this advanced top down camera system for one of our customers. Goal was to make the camera recognize walls, defined by specific blocking elements.
This lets the camera dynamically slow down and stop so the player moves out of the center. The camera also smoothly wraps around edges and moves in front of the player, depending on its movement speed.
This fighting-game project was developed as after-school program to reward the students of certain schools.
The game itself was built around a custom matchmaking solution with the usual mechanics, known from games like tekken or street-fighter.
The students can earn points through having good grades at school. These points can then be entered into a custom developed backend so they are available for the students to be spent in-game for better character stats which affect the capability of each fighter.
This level was designed for a fortnite-like battle royale game. The goal was to provide a big (1.4 x 1.4km) and open map with multiple spots like small villages, camps and ruins for battle royale type of games with up to 64 players. This gives the player the opportunity to travel around through the 3 areas: desert, (tropical-) forest and snowy mountain, hide in various places and have a rousing battle against his opponents.
We wrote an article about setting up a project, based on the unreal engine twin-stick shooter template, to be multiplayer ready.
This covered proper replication, dealing damage and showing the current health with a floating healthbar.
You also dreamed of making your own films? The goal of this project was to provide a system that enables you, as the user, to play a 3d modelled character inside a virtual environment. You then can record your movements thanks to VR tracking techniques and replay them later. While reviewing your recordings, you can walk around (in VR) and record them like in move scenes.
This system was built using a custom full-body IK system as well a custom replay system which records the full body movement to be able to playback it later.
This projects scope was to build a set of modular core features for a hidden object game. The features covered an easy to set up object system which enables the creator to add new objects with minimal effort, including the textures for the procedually generated UI. Found objects have a green tick added and a spawned “Found it!” float text is giving the player a small feedback regarding his success.
The setup happens through a data table combined with a kind of wrapper actor which is configured within seconds and provides then the needed click logic for actually “finding” selected objects.
As VR is becoming more present in the industry, there are always new usecases for this new futuristic technique. In the particular case of this job a viewer was needed for car-related products to showcase their usage and explain it further to the customer.
Therefore a fully modular system was built, thanks to which adding new content became super easy. Using a VR menu, attached to the left hand, different products can be activated, teleporting to specific POV is possible, as well as scaling the car get change the point of view if needed. The needed VR UI is built automatically based on the information entered into the modular system. This way no programming is needed at all to modify the products and views.
This corridor interieur level-design was built on a customers request. The idea was to provide an interieur environment for a sci-fi game which gives the player specific mood. Focus was to work with reflective surfaces and multiple lights to build a kind of futuristic spaceship interieur feeling.
Due to changes in production workflows across all industry sectors thanks to new digital ways of creating things, the importance of creating realistic renderings for products is always growing further.
Therefore we created these renderings for one of our customers.
The shoes were textured by us using the PBR-Workflow. IES lighting and special shaders helped to make the product look great.
This game template was built using blueprints with the goal to provide a fully modular system. The task was to be able to select different blocks / objects from a kind of toolbox. Then the selected object can be placed in the world. Therefor the world is divided into a grid which gets highlighted by tiles when the player is in the placement mode. Objects can be placed on the ground as well as on top of each other. They also can be removed and rotated.
The system in the background provides an easy to use way for adding additional blocks/objects. An algorithm then recognizes the object shape and prepares the needed information for placing this block onto the grid.
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