The Kickstarter campaign for Eden’s Last Sunrise is up and running! It runs until February 8th. You can check it out here: Kickstarter Campaign Page Be sure to check it out frequently for content updates and other goodies. Thanks for stopping by!
The demo version of Eden’s Last Sunrise is now available to download for PC and Mac computers! Follow this here link to try it out for yourself: The demo contains a single battle and a small story cutscene, so you can get a nice, well-rounded slice of the game. Mouse control is recommended, but it supports
Happy new year! Today’s update is brief, and will go over what I have planned for the campaign, and what you can do to help. So, here’s the final preview of the soundtrack for some easy listening in the meantime. Part 1: The Demo I have a demo ready to go, and I
Today’s update will introduce combat of a different sort: a war of words. Okay, so it’s not quite that dramatic, but socializing with your party members is an important part of Eden’s Last Sunrise regardless. First, though, another music sample! This one’s another battle theme, and secretly one of my favorites from the soundtrack so far. Enjoy.
Today, I’d like to make my first real deep dive into the game systems of Eden’s Last Sunrise and talk about the job system: how classes are being designed, how the player will unlock them, and what effect they’ll have on gameplay. I have an even larger, more thorough post waiting for the actual campaign, so
Last time, I introduced the spacefarers’ factions that you’ll encounter during the game. Today, we’ll look at the surface-dweller factions. While they may lack the technical edge of the spacefarers, they make up for it with devotion and numbers. They are definitely major players in the story, and can make for formidable allies – or
Today, I’d like to give a run-down of some of the groups you’ll meet in Eden’s Last Sunrise. Characters that you recruit (or, possibly, do battle with) all have allegiance to one or more of these factions, and your own cooperation or rejection of each faction’s influence can have a major impact on the story. I’ll
Last but not least, today we look at the final race on Cradle, the furred carnavin. The carnavin are beast-like mammalian beings, slightly shorter than the average human. Males tend to resemble bipedal foxes, with thick fur, bushy tails, and a pointed snout and large ears. Females tend to be more feline in appearance, with shorter
Today, I’m giving a quick overview of the second race of Eden’s Last Sunrise: the dragon-like drekoran people. The drekoran are intelligent, scaled beings with two short horns, mane-like hair on their heads and necks, and long tails. They tend to be somewhat taller than humans, and often inadvertently find themselves in positions of power among the
Today is the first of three mini-posts where I introduce the character races living in the world of Eden’s Last Sunrise: the familiar humans, the reptilian drekoran, and the mammalian carnavin. I’ve prepared an overview of the humans and their culture today, and will follow up with the other two races tomorrow and Friday. Also note