What was once a mission to investigate, now has become a mission to survive. Coming soon to the internet near you. Play the demo on October 21st!
Credit goes to:
DoctorM64 for the back view of the gunship
Zypher for the scientist sprite
The Redhalberd for the GF Trooper Sprite
[/Darthus] for the voice of the GF Trooper
Dawid Michalczyk for the sci-fi texture: http://www.art.eonworks.c om/
Also, if anybody can find the person who made the last monster in this video, please tell me! I need to give credit.
Super Metroid Orchestrated by Tokyo City Philharmonic Orchestra at Orchestral Game Concert #4
Cavern Battle (MGS: Twin Snakes)
Hanger (PS1 Doom)
Research Lab (Doom 64)
Yeah, this video at first, was very fun to put together. That is, until I had to capture videos from the game itself. Since my computer is so effing slow, CamStudio only captures 15 to 18 frames persecond. What I did was I captured the videos, took them to Windows Movie Maker, and sped up the videos by 50%. It doesn't end there, because my computer will sometimes freeze while I'm working on my video. So in that case, I had to create backup copies for my video to prevent it from going corrupt. Making the video went from being very fun, to very frustrating in a matter of hours. But yet, I had to finish it. I did this now, because I won't have to do it later.
Hopefully the work payed off, because I was completely stressed about working through it, though I'm satisfied I'm done with it.
This game is being made from Multimedia Fusion 2, so it won't be playable on Newgrounds, unfortunately. However, the game may already be too big to fit in the Newgrounds database, even if it were to be made in Flash. Who enforced the 10mb limit anyway? :/
Anyway, enjoy the trailer. Comments and constructive criticism are welcome.