Tag Archives: game development

Introducing My New Website – dark-code.org

Recently I’ve launched a new website – dark-code.org – which will feature everything related to the game developing projects and designs that I am creating.

The idea behind it is to keep my game development work separately and within its own digital space.

You can access here a presentational page of all what [DARK:CODE] means, all my projects (upcoming and completed), all the game related music I’ve been creating – along with blog posts, featuring my games and game designs, along with short original stories and other creations.

An upcoming section will feature a magazine – where I’ll post news, reviews, guides and so on, related to games, but also to anime, manga, films, podcasts and other types of media that I occasionally enjoy.

Get a few minutes and check it out – dark-code.org. Followers and likes are always welcome!

Lands Of Gnora [1/30] – Lower Vulnik Canyons

The “Lands Of Gnora” project consists of a collection of 30 level design assignments – in which I am creating 3D environments related to the fictional universe of Gnora.

The first assignment is the scene of the Lower Vulnik Canyons.

Built with Unity.

Lands Of Gnora

One of the latest projects I’ve taken is a collection of 30 level design assignments I want to create. Apart from being a full playable game – these will only show some scenes from a fictional world I’ve thought of – Gnora.

Gnora is a vast universe in which various cultures developed over the heavy eons that push upon it’s lands. Factions and tribes occasionally fight each-other of, for supremacy. The societal structure is still lead by the upper-classes, known as the Commands.

Apart from their imperfect society and its half-savage residents – Gnora is a beautiful vast Continent.

The “Lands Of Gnora” project will reflect some parts of this fictional world. I will create various environments using Unity and Unreal Engine and I will create short videos presenting them, along adding some ambiental songs I will also create.

Below is a short introduction video to the series. Enjoy!