I’ve captured a few minutes of the latest build of Total Anarchy to showcase.
I had to record the video using a 7 year old MacBook with an integrated GPU, hence the frame drops. The game actually runs at a buttery smooth 60fps under normal circumstances.
The game is roughly 60-70% done – as you’ll spot in the video there are still many unfinished elements and missing details, but it’s all gradually taking shape. I’m aiming to release a playable beta in the next 6 months.
I started a new build of Total Anarchy late last year and I want to share some early screen shots.
With the speed things are getting finished, I’m hoping you’ll all be able to play a demo of this in early 2018.
Total Anarchy is back: made entirely in Game Maker Studio 1.4.
Also, this will be freeware.
For the rest, I’ll let you use your imagination.
After producing music in my spare time for a decade now, and 4 years as Distronaut, it’s time to start publishing remastered high quality versions of my favourite work. They’re mainly atmospheric electronic beats I developed to please my ears while either procrastinating or avoiding having to go outside. A 13 track album will be following shortly.
Weebl and I will be playing on Saturday the 18th at the Brewery in London. It’ll be a juicy selection of Weebl’s greatest hits with plenty of extra bits that nobody has seen online. The set will be about half an hour long and we’re following other high profile YouTube musicians and personalities. The attendance list this year is the biggest it has ever been so if you want to see us, it’s probably best to grab tickets pronto!
From the SitC site:
These £3 tickets will guarantee you a place in the limited capacity of the performance space. They’ll give you entrance before the doors open to everyone at 7pm.
This is only for the evening gigs. Admission for the rest of the events over the weekend is free.
Facebook Event Page. – See The Crowd.
Jonti broadcast our rehearsal for the Summer In The City gig at the Brewery in London on the 18th August 2012. Please come along and see us, it’s going to be awesome!
The sound quality here is a little wobbly I’m afraid but we may broadcast another session next week with everything fixed.