We’re finally here now Captain! The long overdue v2 expansion of the game is ready; free for you all to enjoy. I’ve attached some system spec guidelines and some other key notes I think people should read before downloading the game.
This ‘Traditional Style’ Sci-Fi RPG is a “Non-Profit” Fan Made game based on the events after the 1982 movie “The Thing” created by John Carpenter. It is in no way endorsed by John Carpenter or Universal Studios and shares likeness only in name. In my eyes it is the same as drawing a picture of a popular character and posting it online for all to see. I funded this game with my own money and I do not generate any revenue from ModDB or the ads displayed on my website (which I also pay for). If there are grounds for an issue with copyright then I am willing to take responsibility for that and make the appropriate changes where needed to resolve the issue. The Majority of the content (music, artwork, code) in the game is either licensed for use, originally created or credit is given where due for work used in ‘Free’ projects.
Now that’s out of the way I just want to say that I hope you enjoy the game and any constructive feedback or general comments you can give me would be great. I think that this tested my mettle at times but I’m happy with the final product. YouTube user Sadonrii who did a let’s play of my game before has kindly agreed to play more of the game; you can see that below if you are unsure of what to expect. (Spoiler Warnings)
Since the v1 there have been massive improvements to overall performance. I believe the game will run on a wide range of Windows Computers now and the v2 tanks far less in comparison to the v1. Below are the recommended specs based on those provided by the RPG Maker Team. (Official Specs)
OS: Windows XP or later
CPU: Intel® Pentium® 4 2.0 GHz equivalent or faster processor
RAM: 512MB RAM
You can delete your old v1 copies as the v2.4 is treated as a new game. Please note that previous saves will not work with the v2.4.
Good luck Captain, we’re counting on you…
well I have to say that I absolutely adore this new version, especially the short stories you put in, they’re like DLC that doesn’t suck. The only complain I have is that the Thing’s short story was too short in my opinion and I felt that you could have put in more gameplay to it but other than that it was very enjoyable.
It gave me room to experiment, like they did in Dragon Ago Origins with the Witchhunt DLC etc. I did my best to tie it into the main story, I honestly wasn’t sure if people would like it that much. Shows how much people want to violate humans :P Did you ever play a game called Stubbs the Zombie? That was classic evil mode right there.