Last night was a momentous occasion for our art director Garrett, who’s inspiration blog was tweeted by the legendary William Gibson. You may know him as the author of Neuromancer and many others, the coiner of the term “cyberspace,” and for being credited as the father of cyberpunk. Needless to say, Garrett flipped out about this as his blog exploded with new cyberpunk fans’ attention. Just thought you’d want to know William Gibson is watching!
You can see the glowing review that Gibson retweeted here.
Art Director Garrett here. In celebration of my birthday today, I give you (far ahead of our internal schedule) Project Lodus WIP mockups! Top is the standard intended in-game view, bottom is with momentum mode engaged. Read more about it and see 1080p versions here!
Project Lodus enemy junk bot variation sketches by Michael Hanfling
Our Design Director Hans in action today while we were working out more choreography for our main characters. Here he’s pulling off a butterfly spin planned for Project Lodus character Vulcan. Badass, no?
We just got word that Australia has been hit with Leviathan shirts, and with that we assume everyone should have theirs (unless customs has been mean to you). All the Leviathan shirt backers got the above graphic on a card with their package, but we also wanted to share this with all fans. Thanks again for supporting us both financially and emotionally! We value all of you so much.
We also know it’s been fairly quiet around here. Rest assured that doesn’t mean nothing is happening. There are many things in the works and we can’t wait to talk about them if and when they come to fruition. Until then, remember you can still follow our periodic updates here, on our forums, Twitter, and Facebook. (hint: we like Twitter the best.)
The life of an indie dev isn’t easy - especially early on when you’re still trying to prove a concept. Thanks again for hanging with us on this awesome journey!
For those of you who don’t know this is the magnificent videogame company I work for. Just got this in the mail.
We are magnificent, aren’t we?
Or if this is on your dash, click this instead.
Seth, the man behind Palmer’s Medic, is our composer for Project Lodus. Check out his new album that just released today! You can even get it for free if you like. And if you haven’t yet heard the first track he created for Project Lodus, give it a listen too!
Check it out - new Leviathan company T-shirts! This is what we’ll be printing and sending out to Kickstarter backers soon! The only other way to get these is to be a Leviathan employee or close family or friend of one.