I'm fairly new to the forum, but I've been using Game Guru since it came out. I'm really excited about this game I want to share with you guys, so here it is.
The working title is "The Haunted Cemetery", its a crappy title, but it represents the first level in the game, and thats all I've done so far, so there you go XD
The developer is ME, Ghetto Kitty (aka Stephanie)
The game is basically a FPS/horror game inspired by the classic game Gauntlet: Dark Legacy, on PS2 and Gamecube. The player is a warrior (the name and backstory are a WIP) who is investigating strange occurrences on behalf of the townspeople of a small village on the edge of the realm. The game begins as the player has left the village, and is about to explore an old cemetery high on the cliffs above the village. The player must fight their way through the hordes of undead, deep into the cemetery, through a series of crypts, and finally into a massive mausoleum deep underground, where they will face the source of the abominations terrorizing the countryside and put an end to the evil.
So far I've created a nicely polished first level, including the path to the cemetery, the first part of the cemetery, and the entrance to the first crypt. I used almost entirely original models for the level design, made by a friend who hand-painted the textures. The models are designed to have a simple, cartoony yet horror-themed look, throwing back to the game series this game was inspired by.
I've developed an awesome soundtrack for the game, unfortunately however, I've been unable to really implement anything other than level design so far, because I've been having tons and tons of issues with scripting (something I've attempted, but don't understand at all), i.e. problems with simple gameplay effects like having readable books the player can interact with, having music that changes depending on where the player is, and the most important part, a script which moves the player to the next level.
Here is a screenshot, the rest will be linked:
Here is the link to the gallery of the rest of the screenshots: