ENYO is trying to let go of an old Dystopia. And it's also a 2d action platformer.
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Mostly Positive (60) - 71% of the 60 user reviews for this game are positive.
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Nov 9, 2015
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December 11, 2018

Low Sun = Low Energy

Currently standing at the south-tip of Europe near Gibraltar. We are approaching the lowest energy levels for the solar collectors and the damp air is crawling into the mattress at night. Heres a little update on my status:

I work on Temple of Rust almost every day for 1-4 hours (depending on available power) and seriously enjoy doing that. The fast life that I try to leave behind still haunts me sometimes and I pressure myself to 'give it some more'.

When I changed both of my games to FREE I was also releasing a lot of pressure/hopes that I accumulated over the last (almost 20 Years) - since I started making fan/mod content for Quake 3 Arena in 1999. Making games was my 'career choice' since I could think about careers. Now I see that I was conditioned by my social environment and that I was trying to satisfy the images that others had imposed on me and that it had nothing to do with my initial drive. So I'm digging myself out of that position again - slowly.

Now I don't have any form of financial or social security, the bus is rusty and needs repairs. We're going to install a wood stove soon and I'm looking forward to that. These are a few things that need my attention at the moment. I try my best to make some money busking but even there I get illegally chased away sometimes because shop owners want to sell their products. But when I play guitar and sing on the street I at least feel much more in contact with life and that is important for me.

Anyway things won't be moving fast here but I won't and can't stop making games. It will stay a big part of me and I'll keep updating my stuff as long as I can!

Regards,
James
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November 22, 2018

DonationWare - food for thought

Still bad weather here and lots to do. But it is great to see that a lot more people can now find my games and play them.

I still need to eat and make ends meet and for that reason I've added donation DLC packages to both games. The DLC has no content and does not affect the games. They are there so anyone who can and wants to support me can do that.
And yes any support is greatly appreciated and allows me to sit down and do the best I can!



ENYO Arcade - store page



Temple of Rust - store page

Right now I'm working on Temple of Rust's user interface. To let players generate missions. I'll keep you all updated on that soon!

Thanks for reading!

-James
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About This Game

ENYO Arcade resembles a modern 2d action platformer. Notable for its unique gameplay, depth in atmosphere and merciless action. Fight or avoid various hazards and find your way to the exit in the fastest and most efficient way possible.

ENYO is also a growing piece of expression radiating a chaotic nebular that I'm still trying to decipher myself.

Please be aware that this game is not a re-creation of old video games and content may change with future updates! More information iin the news section!

Features:
  • 16+ unique enemy types
  • High quality sub-pixel art at 60 frames per second with attention to details
  • Tight and responsive controls - always stay in direct control of the action
  • No 'holding hands and leading the way'
  • Movement focused on: jumping!!
  • Atmospheric audio visual experience
  • Steam achievements and leader boards
  • Keyboard controls can be remapped!

Personal:
Hi! My name is James. I used to have a life as regular 3d artist. Since 2012 I am trying to gain traction as solo game developer. ENYO Arcade is my first solo-developed game. And Temple Of Rust is my next upcoming title.

Mature Content Description

The developers describe the content like this:

This game contains pixel violence and gore.

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 7+
    • Processor: 1 Ghz
    • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
    • Graphics: Direct X11+ Compatible Card 256 MB
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Storage: 150 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: Vista will require manual download and install of DirectX 11 if you don't already have this
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7+
    • Processor: 2 Ghz
    • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
    • Graphics: Direct X11+ Compatible Card 1 GB
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Storage: 200 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: Vista will require manual download and install of DirectX 11 if you don't already have this

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