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Make Pokémon-like chimeras in this procedurally generated game

Image: Luge K

Pokemon are great, but you can’t make your own monsters. Thanks to the constant work of the developers, you can now fuse creatures to create the chimeric monster of your dreams. No game name yet, but demo Developer RujiK “Procedurally create” monsters using game developer magic. This allows you to combine all kinds of creatures to create unique combinations of monsters.

Cool WIP, a weekly collection of Polygon’s eye-catching clips and screenshots of his work in progress, features these unique monsters and more. Every week, Polygon employees search the web to find the most exciting games in the making so you can taste the most exciting upcoming projects.

This week includes a watercolor-themed game set in France, a chaotic battleship, a third-person shooter that tracks every move, and an action game inspired by Spider-Man.

You can create your own monsters, but who needs them?

RujiK is the developer of a new game that allows players to “procedurally” breed animals. This is a nice representation of the monster the player fuses, not from pre-made asset art. The game instead spawns entirely new monsters. The developer has posted a log detailing how it works, clip on twitter The game showcases a game that fuses an ant and a snake to create what looks like a long, wobbly monster that essentially combines the characteristics of the two. RujiK’s Twitter account It is full of all kinds of goods, so be sure to check out her work.

Embark on a nostalgic trip to France with this watercolor adventure.

A studio called Un Je Ne Sais Quoi (which means ‘I don’t know’ in French) is creating a dreamy epic adventure set in France. a game called Dordogne, It follows the story of a young woman trying to solve a puzzle left by her deceased grandmother. all New GIFs from developers showed some Dordogne You can use the microphone and recorder to record sound in the game. The visual style is amazing. There is a page on Steam if you want to know more.

Battleships confused by comic book effects

funny cargo ship scrap sea Get the feeling of making donuts in the parking lot and bring them to your battleship game. With a playful design and whimsical colors, the boat looks like a kid’s toy in the bathtub. all clip show Real game with comic book-like visuals from the game during attack. For more information scrap sea From the game’s Steam page

There is no way out in this third person shooter.

This shooter adds an element of chaos by leaving traces of doppelgangers in the path. all Clip by Victor Carreil It shows the concept in action. In it we see red characters walking through the map and leaving dozens of voxel doubles in their path as the characters walk. The length is long. In the clip, the character jogs nicely around the map until the map ends at the same location it started with, with a map full of doubles. Careil is experimenting a lot with different projects and you can check out more projects. work on twitter.

Another game inspired Spiderman? Hurt

Here developer Zahid Ali Jeelani shows off the game. energetic. Obviously this game was inspired by the Miles Morales movie. into the spider verse; Gelani tweeted, “into the spider verse feel it.” clip in game, the main character jumped from a tall building and fell, shaking his limbs. It looks a bit awkward to the characters as they look around while descending. If you are interested in games like Spider-Man, you can get more updates about this game on his page. twitter account.


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Make Pokémon-like chimeras in this procedurally generated game

Image: RujiK
Pokémon is great and all, but you can’t make your own monsters. Now, thanks to the tireless work of one developer, you can make the chimera monster of your dreams by fusing creatures together. The game doesn’t have a name yet, but the demo by developer RujiK uses game developer wizardry to “procedurally generate” monsters. That way, you can combine all sorts of creatures to create unique monster combinations.
We have these unique monsters and more in Cool WIP, Polygon’s weekly roundup of eye-catching clips and screenshots of works in progress. Each week, the Polygon staff scours the internet for the most interesting games still under construction to give you a sampler of the coolest up-and-coming projects.
This week that includes a game with a watercolor look set in France, a chaotic battleship, a third person shooter that tracks your every step, and a Spider-Man-inspired action game.
Who needs Pokémon when you can make your own monsters?

Childhood Dream finished: fully procedural CROSS BREEDING of two monsters. Nothing is pre-rigged. #gamedev #GameMaker pic.twitter.com/eKDUhM16ZC
— RujiK (@TheRujiK) April 25, 2022

RujiK is the developer behind a new game that allows players to “procedurally” crossbreed animals. This is just a fancy way of saying the monsters that players fuse aren’t being pulled from any pre-built asset art; the game creates a completely new monster instead. The developer posted a log going into greater depth about how it works, and a clip on Twitter shows the game fusing an ant with a snake to make what essentially looks like a long, wiggly monster combining features from the two. RujiK’s Twitter account is filled with all sorts of goodies, so be sure to check out their work.

Take a nostalgic trip to France in this watercolor adventure

This #ScreenshotSaturday, make sure you take a moment to capture the sounds, as well as the sights, while exploring Wishlist Dordogne on Steam: https://t.co/3D5xNANtcI | #IndieDev #ScreenshotSaturday @UMANIMATION1 pic.twitter.com/vDJ8u28tAO
— Un je ne sais quoi (@studio_jnsq) April 23, 2022

A studio by the name of Un Je Ne Sais Quoi (which means “An I don’t know” in French) is making a dreamy narrative adventure set in France. The game, called Dordogne, follows a young woman who is trying to piece together a puzzle left to her by her late grandmother. A new GIF from the developers showed off one part of Dordogne in which you can capture sound in-game using a mic and tape recorder. The visual style is stunning, and if you’d like to learn more, the game has a page on Steam.

This #ScreenshotSaturday, make sure you take a moment to capture the sounds, as well as the sights, while exploring Wishlist Dordogne on Steam: https://t.co/3D5xNANtcI | #IndieDev #ScreenshotSaturday @UMANIMATION1 pic.twitter.com/vDJ8u28tAO
— Un je ne sais quoi (@studio_jnsq) April 23, 2022

Battleship gets chaotic with comic book effects

I’m rubber you’re glue….Demo on Steam: https://t.co/B0xFPOho3eDemo on Itch: https://t.co/1Q85yWwIjEMailing List to Get Unlockable Ship/Laser: https://t.co/LEasqIuww3#screenshotsaturday #indiegames pic.twitter.com/vB2k7n39iv
— Fun Freighter- Scrap Seas Kickstarter Soon! (@FunFreighter) April 17, 2022

Fun Freighter’s Scrap Seas takes the feeling of doing donuts in the parking lot and puts it into a battleship game. Its bright design and whimsical colors almost make the boats look like kids’ toys in a bathtub. A clip shows the game in action, including the game’s comic book-like visual effects during attacks. You can find more information on Scrap Seas on the game’s Steam page.

There’s no escaping yourself in this third-person shooter

This is more fun than it ought to be pic.twitter.com/gfxFzlShOr
— Victor Careil (@phyronnaz) April 24, 2022

This shooter adds an element of chaos by leaving a trail of body doubles in your path. A clip from Victor Careil shows the concept in action. In it, we see a red character running through a map, and as the character runs, they leave behind dozens of voxel doubles in their path. The trail is long; in the clip, the character goes for a nice jog around the map until they end at the same place they started, with a map filled with doubles. Careil does a lot of experimentation with various projects, and you can check out more of their work on Twitter.

Another game inspired by Spider-Man? Sick

Wanted that Into the Spiderverse feel… Begun working on locomotion and better movement Anims! Updates to follow soon! #indie #indiedev #indiegamedev #indiegame #gamedev #gamedevelopment #ue4 #gamedeveloper #ue5 pic.twitter.com/eN8I8Loy7C
— ENENRA (@ENENRAGame) April 20, 2022

Here, developer Zahid Ali Jeelani shows off a game called Enera. Apparently, the game was inspired by the Miles Morales movie Into the Spider-Verse; Jeelani said on their Twitter that they wanted capture an “Into the Spider-Verse feel.” In the clip of the game, the protagonist jumps off a high building, and their limbs wave around as they fall. The character has sort of a clumsy look to them, since they flail around as they descend. If you’re into Spider-Man-like games, you can catch more updates about this game on its Twitter account.

#Pokémonlike #chimeras #procedurally #generated #game

Make Pokémon-like chimeras in this procedurally generated game

Image: RujiK
Pokémon is great and all, but you can’t make your own monsters. Now, thanks to the tireless work of one developer, you can make the chimera monster of your dreams by fusing creatures together. The game doesn’t have a name yet, but the demo by developer RujiK uses game developer wizardry to “procedurally generate” monsters. That way, you can combine all sorts of creatures to create unique monster combinations.
We have these unique monsters and more in Cool WIP, Polygon’s weekly roundup of eye-catching clips and screenshots of works in progress. Each week, the Polygon staff scours the internet for the most interesting games still under construction to give you a sampler of the coolest up-and-coming projects.
This week that includes a game with a watercolor look set in France, a chaotic battleship, a third person shooter that tracks your every step, and a Spider-Man-inspired action game.
Who needs Pokémon when you can make your own monsters?

Childhood Dream finished: fully procedural CROSS BREEDING of two monsters. Nothing is pre-rigged. #gamedev #GameMaker pic.twitter.com/eKDUhM16ZC
— RujiK (@TheRujiK) April 25, 2022

RujiK is the developer behind a new game that allows players to “procedurally” crossbreed animals. This is just a fancy way of saying the monsters that players fuse aren’t being pulled from any pre-built asset art; the game creates a completely new monster instead. The developer posted a log going into greater depth about how it works, and a clip on Twitter shows the game fusing an ant with a snake to make what essentially looks like a long, wiggly monster combining features from the two. RujiK’s Twitter account is filled with all sorts of goodies, so be sure to check out their work.

Take a nostalgic trip to France in this watercolor adventure

This #ScreenshotSaturday, make sure you take a moment to capture the sounds, as well as the sights, while exploring Wishlist Dordogne on Steam: https://t.co/3D5xNANtcI | #IndieDev #ScreenshotSaturday @UMANIMATION1 pic.twitter.com/vDJ8u28tAO
— Un je ne sais quoi (@studio_jnsq) April 23, 2022

A studio by the name of Un Je Ne Sais Quoi (which means “An I don’t know” in French) is making a dreamy narrative adventure set in France. The game, called Dordogne, follows a young woman who is trying to piece together a puzzle left to her by her late grandmother. A new GIF from the developers showed off one part of Dordogne in which you can capture sound in-game using a mic and tape recorder. The visual style is stunning, and if you’d like to learn more, the game has a page on Steam.

This #ScreenshotSaturday, make sure you take a moment to capture the sounds, as well as the sights, while exploring Wishlist Dordogne on Steam: https://t.co/3D5xNANtcI | #IndieDev #ScreenshotSaturday @UMANIMATION1 pic.twitter.com/vDJ8u28tAO
— Un je ne sais quoi (@studio_jnsq) April 23, 2022

Battleship gets chaotic with comic book effects

I’m rubber you’re glue….Demo on Steam: https://t.co/B0xFPOho3eDemo on Itch: https://t.co/1Q85yWwIjEMailing List to Get Unlockable Ship/Laser: https://t.co/LEasqIuww3#screenshotsaturday #indiegames pic.twitter.com/vB2k7n39iv
— Fun Freighter- Scrap Seas Kickstarter Soon! (@FunFreighter) April 17, 2022

Fun Freighter’s Scrap Seas takes the feeling of doing donuts in the parking lot and puts it into a battleship game. Its bright design and whimsical colors almost make the boats look like kids’ toys in a bathtub. A clip shows the game in action, including the game’s comic book-like visual effects during attacks. You can find more information on Scrap Seas on the game’s Steam page.

There’s no escaping yourself in this third-person shooter

This is more fun than it ought to be pic.twitter.com/gfxFzlShOr
— Victor Careil (@phyronnaz) April 24, 2022

This shooter adds an element of chaos by leaving a trail of body doubles in your path. A clip from Victor Careil shows the concept in action. In it, we see a red character running through a map, and as the character runs, they leave behind dozens of voxel doubles in their path. The trail is long; in the clip, the character goes for a nice jog around the map until they end at the same place they started, with a map filled with doubles. Careil does a lot of experimentation with various projects, and you can check out more of their work on Twitter.

Another game inspired by Spider-Man? Sick

Wanted that Into the Spiderverse feel… Begun working on locomotion and better movement Anims! Updates to follow soon! #indie #indiedev #indiegamedev #indiegame #gamedev #gamedevelopment #ue4 #gamedeveloper #ue5 pic.twitter.com/eN8I8Loy7C
— ENENRA (@ENENRAGame) April 20, 2022

Here, developer Zahid Ali Jeelani shows off a game called Enera. Apparently, the game was inspired by the Miles Morales movie Into the Spider-Verse; Jeelani said on their Twitter that they wanted capture an “Into the Spider-Verse feel.” In the clip of the game, the protagonist jumps off a high building, and their limbs wave around as they fall. The character has sort of a clumsy look to them, since they flail around as they descend. If you’re into Spider-Man-like games, you can catch more updates about this game on its Twitter account.

#Pokémonlike #chimeras #procedurally #generated #game


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