Splintered Path is a High Quality Adult Fantasy Game set in a Mult-Verse that will take you from Ancient Lands to High Fantasy Realms knee deep in creatures and people trying to either eat you or #@#$ you to death (or both!), all the way to our world and futuristic worlds beyond. This project will go until it is done - it will not stop mid-way and I won't disappear. The game will have High Quality 3D renders of key scenes and is very sexually graphic. JRPG elements such as a class system, leveling, job switching and item collection will be used to advance the story. If that sounds intriguing to you please click follow as long as you're at least 18 years of age.
Fixed the crashes (I HOPE!)
Cleaned up some terrain issues.
Changed a few conversations to be more in line with the intent.
Shrunk the game by half.
Increased efficiency so less lag.
The game is in Alpha. There will be bugs. If you find them please let me know. The more detail the better. Also - the intro is not set in stone and complete. The skeleton is in place, but I plan on fleshing out a few things.
Currently the combat is in the game solely to let you know that it will be present. The class system has had very little work done to iron it out for this release, but that is a priority for the next update.
Below is an example of the type of graphics I'm using for the cutscenes.
You are Alex. You spent your days working for your dad on the farm along side your two brothers and then all hell breaks loose and your world is turned upside down. You quickly become the pawn of an elaborate and very advanced organization. How you handle the problems and overcome adversity is up to you.
I had to use the download link on the patreon page because the one listed here didn't work for me on windows.
Other than that i really enjoyed the game, 8.5/10 honestly. Very nice cut scene art, compelling interesting story, enjoyed the jokes and the maps are well designed and look pretty.
Overall the game looks and feels professional, definitely recommended.
I'd say it's a good start, but it kind of isn't. There's an interesting tidbit of a story, but it needs editing badly, the writing acts as if it's set things up it hasn't. The game takes itself too seriously to laugh off these flaws like you would be able to in a different game. The combat, while I get it's entirely placeholder, is just an annoyance, the only quest in the game so far comes across as a deliberate time-waster meant solely to extend the length of the gameplay. It's also somewhat unintuitive. Once you realize that most of what is there is filler, what's left seems far too short to even serve as an adequate teaser. There's negligible substance to this game so far, yet the developers are trying to promote it on style. The developers should put more work in, and focus on the writing and gameplay.
Good start. I like it. So far it is one long introduction with only one if statement. Looking forward to see the dungeon and the next version. Writing is good. The scenes are very long between when one can move the character.
Very promissing start.
I like the built and enjoyed the conversations between the characters.
Looking forward to where you'll go with the story and the content.
Not a bad start, but the system requirements are kinda crazy for how much content is actually within the game - lots of FPS slowdowns, and the sheer size of the download doesn't seem to jibe well with what you can actually see. Needs a fair amount of under-the-hood optimization, I think.
Also I'm not sure if it's just me, but I can't seem to save the game.