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Elemental War - The next level of Tower Defense Games

Discussion in 'Made With Unity' started by BonneCW, Sep 24, 2018.

  1. BonneCW

    BonneCW

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    Hey guys,

    We want to present you our first standalone game Elemental War.





    Link to our render trailer
    Link to our gameplay trailer

    Elemental War is a 3D tower defense game. It was first released as a modification for Gothic II in 2010, but I decided to make it a standalone game to really create it as I want without any engine limitations. It provides three game modes. The heart of the game is the Hero Mode that combines tower defense, RPG and roguelite elements. That means paths are generated randomly as are the waves. Each enemy wave gets a random ability such as regeneration, temporary invincibility or more protection. To encounter the enemies the player can use items that are dropped by elementals, powerful bosses that have to be summoned to unlock new elements that are required to upgrade towers, and hidden on the map. The items can change attributes of towers and monsters and even unlock completely new abilities when equipped on towers. New items can be unlocked through quests and are then added to the item pool.

    Elemental War will be release on October 18th on Steam and itch.io in Early Access for Windows, Linux and Mac.

    Visit our official website

    If you're interested in tower defense games, you can also wishlist us on Steam.

    Visit our Steam page
    Visit our itch.io page

    Screenshots:










    Features:
    • Three different game modes: Classic Mode, Survival Mode, Hero Mode
    • More than 50 items and monster abilities in Hero Mode
    • 6 settings from desert to graveyard
    • Rankings: detailed leaderboards of players based on city, region and country

    Relevant Links:

    Team homepage: https://clockwork-origins.com

    Game homepage: https://elemental-war.com

    Press page: https://elemental-war.com/press

    Steam page: https://store.steampowered.com/app/917850/Elemental_War

    itch.io page: https://clockwork-origins.itch.io/elementalwar

    indiedb page: https://www.indiedb.com/games/elemental-war
     
    Last edited: Oct 18, 2018 at 5:11 PM
  2. SamohtVII

    SamohtVII

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    I miss Burbenog... :(
     
  3. baddeed

    baddeed

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    Looks great. Most advanced tower defense what I have ever seen. Nice graphics only the purple incomming portal may have better fiting in the statue :)
     
  4. BonneCW

    BonneCW

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    Never played this particular one, but a lot of others in Warcraft 3... good old times :)
    Looks a little like what I imagined for Elemental War as coop mode in case I'll add multiplayer in the future.

    Thanks.
    You're right, I missed to adjust the portal effect... kind of organizational blindness, I guess :D Fixed it now :)
     
  5. AkiraWong89

    AkiraWong89

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    The art of interface looks solid, great UI/UX. Only 2 problems I see is hard to differentiate between monster and environment. They looks blended together sometimes, try to add an colored outline to all monster should solve the issue. Secondly the shooting particle effects and audio are weak, it's better to looks more powerful. You can take turrets from C&C 3 for example. Keep it up.
     
  6. BonneCW

    BonneCW

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    Thanks for your feedback. I'm going to work on the sounds this week (as much as possible at least). Particles in general need some more attention, there are some ingame events that have no particle effect at all.

    Regarding a way to differentiate between monsters and environment you're also right. I need some good looking way to do that, so it should be a decent outline or something like that. Will have a look at this too :)