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1  Games Center / Showcase / Re: Concept on: 2014-03-28 17:31:20
I wasn't going to click on this thread, then I got surprised by your game!

Biggest mistake in my opinion: the Title is not attractive enough.

Yeah, I guess you're right. I think the name "Concept" may be misleading at all Undecided Anyway, I changed to title of this topic a little bit, hopefully that makes it more attractive persecutioncomplex
2  Games Center / Showcase / Re: Concept on: 2014-03-22 16:01:11
Why dont you make an open Alpha and a kickstarter campain?

Actually, it's very difficult to start a kickstarter campain if you live in germany Lips Sealed

Yea, that's basically what I meant. More precision, less blocky. I was vague, sorry.

Alright Smiley I hope the extended construction system will be ready within the next week.

Do you have a team working on this with you?

I'm working on this with a friend of mine.

This looks really far in development for a "concept"

Please, don't take the name of the game too literally Wink

Anyways, the game looks really good

Thanks Smiley

I too would like a free demo (or something like that).

Well, since so many people request a demo, we will think about that.
3  Games Center / Showcase / Re: Concept on: 2014-03-21 21:43:17
Thank you for the compliments, glad to hear that Smiley

I think the game would be so much more unified if the construction was more like the deconstruction, less blocky and more... awesome.. haha

We will implement a more complex construction system soon, allowing you to place more detailed structures, like thin walls, planks etc. in the world Cheesy Or do you mean something different? I'm all ears Wink

This is a really awesome start, but do you think charging EUR 9.99 is wise this early in development?

Well, this is the alternative to something like kickstarter. Our thinking was, that it's better to offer alpha access, which supports our development and allows you to play the game directly after purchasing it, instead of creating a kickstarter project or something like that, where people can donate horrible sums of money for uncertain games Shocked

Your Hunger and Thirst sprites, are those from DayZ?

No, they are not, but I must admit that it might have inspired us a little bit, since we also really like DayZ Wink
4  Games Center / Showcase / Re: Concept on: 2014-03-21 19:30:38
Thanks Smiley

@JESTERRRRRR: What is exactly annoying you? The fact that you have to eat or drink something time by time, or the indicators themselves in the bottom right?

@atombrot: I'm curious Wink Of course we will pursue active development for this game Smiley
5  Games Center / Showcase / Re: Concept on: 2014-03-19 18:08:00
Pretty impressive, and a wonderful step up from the (fun but somewhat ugly IMHO) blockworlds. Does this require a beast of a machine to run?

Many thanks! Smiley

The game requires at least a dual core, 3-4 GB RAM, and a OpenGL 3.0 graphic card (but several "late" OpenGL 2.1 graphic cards are also compatible). In order that the game runs smooth, you should have a quad core and a medium class graphic card. The graphic card should have 1024 MB VRAM.
6  Games Center / Showcase / Re: Concept on: 2014-03-18 17:56:42
Thanks for the feedback Smiley

It costs 10eur if i'm not mistaking..

Yes, indeed, alpha access is available for EUR 9.99 via PayPal. The purchase also entitles you to receive all future updates free of charge Wink

No demo?...Don't see one...

There is currently no demo available Undecided Perhaps we will offer a demo in the future.

Interesting. You are 'JIW Games'. Our 'Weekly Incrementing Jam' IRC room is 'WIJGames'...

What a coincidence Shocked What's your IRC channel about? ^^
7  Games Center / Showcase / Re: Concept on: 2014-03-18 15:26:58
Finally, here is a gameplay video Wink

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8  Games Center / Showcase / Re: Concept on: 2014-03-16 23:39:04
Yeah that's right. I'm currently preparing some gameplay videos and I'll upload them soon Smiley
9  Games Center / Showcase / Re: Concept on: 2014-03-16 23:00:36
Thank you for letting me know Wink I just edited the post.
10  Games Center / Showcase / Concept, open world sandbox game on: 2014-03-16 22:02:27
Hi everyone!

I’d like to present a game to you, which a colleague and I developed with JMonkeyEngine.

It’s a game that might remind you of "Minecraft", with the main difference being that the world is not made up of blocks but of a normal "smooth" landscape.

The game is simply called "Concept"!

The landscape is completely modifiable without any restrictions – and there are also no restrictions on how you build it up.
To do this you have both simple shapes such as blocks, cylinders, stairs, etc., as well as specific objects such as tables, chairs, beds, etc. – some of which you can interact with.
We will soon be adding more precise construction elements (e.g. wooden planks) to round off your building opportunities.

There are currently around 200 different materials available.

The game does, of course, have multi-player capability. This was a main area of focus from the very start of development.

The game is still in an early alpha stage, i.e. there are lots of things still to be refined: there is no clothing system, there are still no animals or opponents,
vehicles have not yet been integrated into the game, there are no dungeons yet, etc.
However, we have a very long list of planned features, which we intend to provide bit by bit in the form of updates.

The current early alpha version can be purchased for EUR 9.99, and your purchase entitles you to receive all future updates free of charge up to the final version.

We would be delighted if you took a closer look at the game. All of the important information can be found on our website at
This also has an overview of all of the important features.
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