Steam Everpath: Out on Steam - Feb 1

Discussion in 'Made with GameMaker' started by pixelaccountant, Feb 1, 2019.

  1. pixelaccountant

    pixelaccountant Member

    Oct 14, 2017
    Hi everyone,

    Today I uploaded to steam my very first game made with GM:S 1.4

    The name is Everpath and you find it on Steam:

    Everpath is an action RPG with some roguelike elements based in a dark reign called Northbarrow.

    The core: Each map is procedural generated, every floor is different and of course everything resets on death. You start in a forest area near an old castle and work your way up there. Each area has different enemies, with increased difficult encounters and elite rare enemies.

    The player: You can play with 1 of 4 classes, each one with a different playstyle and you can further personalize your gameplay idea with starting specializations and unlockable via leveling and chainable in-game perks to decide which skills and stats to improve.

    The gameplay: The combat system is of an action rpg, the player having multiple abilities according to the selected class and basic attacks, most enemies can be dodged or parried and every enemy has a different particular counter.

    The items: All items are generated randomly from a pool of random stats according to the item and the player level, experience, current floor and specialization. This items includes common, uncommon and magical weapons and armor, random trinkets (i.e. boots of speed), multiple types of bombs, offensive and defensive scrolls.
    Both weapons and armor are critical according to what the player is building a palyer that has chosen perks that increase health might compensate with a high defense non blocking non hp armor, the weapon also defines the ideal gameplay, as they vary in damage, critical chance, attack speed, movement speed and some even have special traits.
    This allows to build in a balanced way or to try a full damage glass cannon build.

    Here are some screenshots:

    And here's the gameplay trailer:

    All feedback is more than welcome.

    Thank you very much!
  2. frd

    frd Member

    Nov 13, 2018
    Looks great! Well done!
  3. woodsmoke

    woodsmoke Member

    Jun 21, 2016
    Looks and sounds amazing. I see myself buying this soon. How does this not have more replies?!

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