Ska'Hop: Unique Unreal Engine Bunny Game Shares Early Level Concepts
In the indie gaming scene, "Ska'Hop" is making waves, catching the attention of gamers and industry watchers. Developed using Unreal Engine 5, this indie game is the brainchild of MortMort, a well-known pixel artist and Senior Artist at Mojang. As development rolls on, MortMort has been giving us a peek behind the curtain, showing us how "Ska'Hop" is coming together.
In the latest update, "Ska'Hop" has given us a look at early-level concepts. These early-stage designs help set the foundation for the game's overall layout. Keep in mind that what we're seeing now is a first glimpse of the game's style and direction, rather than a full showcase of gameplay mechanics.
A standout feature of "Ska'Hop" is its unique movement system, promising an engaging gameplay experience. Players will control a bunny character, hopping and sliding through dynamic environments. Alongside navigating obstacles, players will tackle enemies and solve puzzles, all set within an enchanting game world.
MortMort has been working on the game's visuals, refining the look to match the intended style. Changes to shaders and colors are adding personality to the game's world. MortMort explains, "For a stylish game, I'd want to have a little more control over my colors, so I'm masking out light once again using a black and white mask and adding my own tint based on the black and white gradient from the light mask." This attention to detail is helping shape the game's visual identity.
As "Ska'Hop" continues its journey through development, the gaming community's excitement is growing. MortMort's focus on both gameplay mechanics and visual appeal is paving the way for a promising gaming experience. With each update, "Ska'Hop" unveils more of its character, promising a captivating adventure filled with charm and challenges. Stay tuned for more updates as "Ska'Hop" gets closer to its eventual launch.