I tried this back in '17
A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux
A game by Winston Powell and Alexander Bascom
Sprout is all about exploration discovery and experimentation. Much like it's predecessor, it encourages you to play with all the elements you come across to create new life that will inhibit the large open environment. The landscape is filled with many mysterious locations and ancient ruins to discover, much of which hold secrets to be uncovered as you progress. As new life finds its way to the world, more can be learned about the strange beings that once lived there!
Much of the game is yet to be created so this demo features simple exploration and the flora and fauna will be added in as we progress.
- "WASD" to move around
- "Shift" to move around faster
- "Esc" will close the game
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Thanks again for sharing!
If you are interested, I recently did a little update to the game adding Mac and Linux support, fixing the look sensitivity, cleaning up some weather and day/night effects, adding a water shader, and various other small tweaks.
Unfortunately, this project has been canceled so larger updates are unlikely.
game render distance is too small and mouse movements are too high. My device is ASUS G750JH with intel core i7 4700HQ and nvidia 780M. Game runs smootly.
Hey! Thanks for the feedback on that. I'm sure I can do something about the mouse. The render distance is something that's really going to depend on how well the game performs. I'll adjust some of the quality setting presets to allow for more flexibility.
We haven't touched this game in some time but I feel like jumping back in and adding more of the features myself pretty soon.
it looks awesome 😯👌
It has a lot of potential! I like that it is really vibrant and that it's a really big world. Can't wait to see more!
Looks interesting! Have you got some future plans for development? :)
Yes :) Me and Alex are steadily working on it. Neither of us have a bunch of time but the goal is to finish it. If you check out the prototype, you can get a better idea of what the basic gameplay will be like.