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Submitted by john2 516d ago | video

Raindrop - New Teaser Trailer Sports Beautiful In-Game Visuals

DSOGaming writes: "Raindrop Studios has released a new trailer for its surreal survival title powered by Unity engine, Raindrop. Raindrop looks simply beautiful. It's funny, but this title sports visuals that other games - from bigger studios - cannot even dream of." (PC, Raindrop)

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Pintheshadows  +   516d ago
Simply stunning.
DigitalRaptor  +   516d ago
This is the potential of indie developers for those who enjoy downplaying.

This game is currently made by only 2 people. Definitely interested in backing it.
isarai  +   516d ago
well the visuals of a game does not depend on the number of people nor budget. it's all about knowledge, time, and passion
isarai  +   516d ago
GOD i love the unity engine, it's so intuitive, just hope they come out with their own visual script creator/editor like Kismet, cause all them plugin versions are expensive as hell and lack certain functions. then it'll be a non-programmers dream

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