Planets³ Kickstarter

Planets³ is a 3D open-world, blocks-based, role playing game(first person view). Imagined by video game lovers, Planets³ combines the excitement of role playing with the pleasure of construction and the boundless freedom to roam about in a 3D universe. Its intricate plot and outstanding cubes based design offers opportunities for intense action and unlimited creativity. Planets³ has been designed to promote multi-player gameplay, to share the fun with friends.

Today, in the early development stage, all the elements are in place to develop a first PC release.


Another 3D Armor

July 17, 2014

Lots of technical development since a few days. But we would like to introduce you another 3D armor.

Another 3D Armor Concept Art

Tiger Concept

June 16, 2014

This week Reymantha would like to present you his current graphical research.

Tiger Concept

3D character concept

May 25, 2014

This week’s update won’t be very long, things are progressing smoothly.
We still have work to do regarding the integration of the backers in our system, but this should be resolved soon.
On the development side we started to work on the planets rotation, and more specifically on an evolution of our physical engine.
We also started adapting the characters design from 2D concepts to 3D modeling. Here is an example to illustrate the current progression.

3D Armor Concept

The first arrivals

May 11, 2014

This week we’d like to share a picture with some of the team members in front of the studio’s office.

Alex Michel Olivier
From left to right: Alexandre (aka Reymantha), Michel (aka NeoM) and Olivier (aka Altalus).

Alexandre just moved from London and will be joining us in a few days. Olivier is new in the team, until now he was working with us in freelance, but we decided to hire him as web developer. He has entirely developed our website and will be in charge of it’s continuous improvement. He’s currently integrating the backers data in our system, and will be developing the forum in a few weeks.

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