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    DümBot, being developed with Unreal Engine 4

    Hey All!

    I'm part of a small indie team and we're currently working on an action platformer. It's a modern take on an awesome genre which we all grew up with.

    We're using the awesome Unreal Engine 4 for production and our team consist of 5 people, One for every major part of development. I Handle environments.

    Here's a few progress shots of an environment I'm currently developing and the main character. What do you think?

    Also feel free to like/follow our studio page over at any of the social media locations of your choosing listed below if you're interested in updates, we have more screenshots and goodies.

    O and his name is pronounced "DoomBot"

    You can find us and High res images anywhere below.

    AngryRock Facebook
    https://www.facebook.com/AngryRockStudios

    AngryRock Twitter
    https://twitter.com/theangryrocks

    My Personal Twitter
    https://twitter.com/JarlanPerez

    IndieDB
    http://www.indiedb.com/games/dumbot

    AngryRockStudios.com
    http://angryrockstudios.com/

    Thanks!

    Jarlan





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    Looks really nice, though i usually prefer to see video of things in action (or at least moving).

    Can i ask if there was some specific reasons why your group chose UE4?
    Easier to set-up/better price point (iirc it was pretty nice terms for indie)/experience on team at the engine?

    Just asking as got a friend who's all over unity while i personally would have been interested in checking how UE fares.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graerth View Post
    Looks really nice, though i usually prefer to see video of things in action (or at least moving).

    Can i ask if there was some specific reasons why your group chose UE4?
    Easier to set-up/better price point (iirc it was pretty nice terms for indie)/experience on team at the engine?

    Just asking as got a friend who's all over unity while i personally would have been interested in checking how UE fares.

    Hey Thanks! Yea I know what you mean about the video. As soon as we have some video I'll post something :)

    We picked Unreal4 because of the experience we have with the engine and the tools they offer. UE4 is amazing to develop with. Very user friend and very powerful. We've used unity before and it's nice but we feel Unreal is better suited for our needs and goals.

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    First Indi-developed unreal 4 title I've hear of, looks sweet. I'm trying to get into the Indi sceen too haha.

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