Indie Game - Moon By Arbonox

Lots of development snaps of my indie game project - Moon
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#pixelart #gamedev #indiedev transfixing pixel machines.
#pixelart #indiedev pixel art forest at dusk
#indiedev #pixelart Some mysterious glowing pixel art waterfalls.
Little pixel cinders. #indiedev #pixelart
Showing of some improvements to ambient occlusion and glow. #pixelart #indiedev
the work of Andy Buck
Investigating some electronics. #indiedev #pixelart
watching the sentinals of the science labs roam about.
The space behind the world can only the accessed throught the oldest of doors.
A place behind the world. World, Places, Wall
A place behind the world.
Relaxing in the sunlight above a natural chasm. I wonder if these fireflys know something I don't. http://arbonox.com/blog/
A few steps closer and this would be giving away too much information. http://arbonox.com/blog/
Some scientists have terrible taste in wallpaper http://arbonox.com/blog/
Some scientists have terrible taste in wallpaper http://arbonox.com/blog/
an image of a video game scene that looks like pixel art
The town in the middle of the day http://arbonox.com/blog/
an image of a video game scene with a person standing in front of a building
The town in the evening http://arbonox.com/blog/
an old school computer game with a giant telescope in the sky and a man standing next to it
Making use of that giant telescope http://arbonox.com/blog/
an image of a game screen with the moon in the sky above water and land
Lurking around near the marshes http://arbonox.com/blog/
an image of a house with a rocket in the background
A test of the new level assets http://arbonox.com/blog/?p=235
an old - school computer game with a dog in front of a castle and moon
Screenshot for the 1.3 Alpha release http://arbonox.com/blog/?p=233
an image of a video game with green pipes
Alpha 1.2 release shot. http://arbonox.com/blog/?p=231
a pixel style video game with a dog in the middle and trees on the other side
The screenshot that signaled the very first public release of Moon. http://arbonox.com/blog/?p=229