The past few weeks has seen a lot of feedback coming in about Momento Temporis and after looking through those and thinking it through carefully we’ve come to the decision that the game is not going to be released this week as previously announced. Of course this is not ideal but it’s the best decision for the game in the long run. We won’t leave you totally empty handed though, there will be a bigger patch in the near future.
To make the game even better this is what we’ve decided for the continued development.
To get even more feedback from more players there will be a sale starting Thursday. The game will be available at 50% discount for a limited time only and hopefully this will lead to lots of feedback on how to improve the game. Or even better, get an even heavier discount by buying the 501 Industries bundle and get Pro Gamer Manager as well.
Momento Temporis will when going into full release be divided into parts. Part one is almost complete as you read this. The rest will be developed later, after the full release of part one, and will of course not come as a paid DLCs, you’ll still get all that’s been planned all along as free updates, just in a slightly different manner.
I’m happy to announce that Momento Temporis: Light from the Deep will go into full release on September 29th! I’m so excited about this. And a tiny bit stressed out. 🙂 But I believe this is the way to go with the game and I hope you’re going to love the full version.
What does this mean for the game?
For the full release I plan on implementing these things:
Expand and improve the tutorial as well as adding control hints to help new players.
Tweak, improve and add more monsters.
Add more puzzles and rooms to be explored.
Improve the current AI.
Implement more animations for a richer gaming experience.
Include more powerups.
These are the things I have planned but please note that they’re not set in stone and things might be added or removed as I continue with the development.
I just want to add that I’m happy to see all the new videos popping up on YouTube on a daily basis. Know that I try to look at as many as possible and I do take all feedback into consideration.
Have a great weekend and don’t forget to mark down September 29th in your calendars. 🙂
Great news for all of you who’ve wanted to try out Momento Temporis! There’s now a downloadable demo for both PC and Mac which will let you play the very beginning of the game and let you get a feel for the story and the gameplay.
I just wanted to remind you all that I’m doing a massive give away on IndieDB today. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to snag an extra copy of the game to give to a friend. Or try the game out yourself if you haven’t gotten around to getting a copy yet 😉
Be sure to check out the new video showing off some of the new features from yesterday’s patch and keep the feedback coming. I’d love to hear more of your ideas for the game and your thoughts about it so far.
The new patch for Momento Temporis is finally here, and as you can see it’s massive! Lots of new things added, a few things fine tuned and a couple fixed or removed. I’ve put in a lot of thought and time into making the changes below and I hope you’ll all like the way it’s turned out. 🙂
The biggest changes you will see right of the bar is Hanias new fighting style, and the new ways in which Hania’s affected by things that happens like the “rage energy”. Other things are more subtle like new sounds and things that change over time as you play.
Please NOTE: Some controls has been reset for this version. Sorry about that!
Here’s the full list of changes:
a new kick attack for Hania.
attack power upgrades.
enemies now sometimes drop rage energy which increases Hania’s damage for a short time.
attacking things from behind deals more damage.
fall onto an enemy from far above to bop their head.
killing lots of enemies now slowly increases attack speed.
drinking potions now increases potion efficiency.
an icon is shown when consumables can’t be used.
walking/running a lot now slowly increases stamina usage efficiency.
last death location is now visible on the map.
dead enemies can now be kicked around (because why not?)
occasional slow motion kills!
a new spell caster enemy in Grasslands.
a potion chest right before the first boss.
save slots can now be erased by pressing the Delete key.
some missing sounds.
one spell casting button.
enemies don’t respawn immediately when leaving rooms.
the explored map is now partially preserved upon death.
health & mana potions no longer fills 100%.
items are dropped from dead enemies more frequently.
tougher opponents drop items more often than weaker ones.
increased backdash distance.
information not showing up when picking up important items.
some stone blocks breaking when punching them.
controls can’t be bound properly to Xbox controller triggers.
crash when multiple controls were bound to the same button.
Since I’m spending most of my time developing this in my own bubble I’d really love to hear from you, so don’t be shy with comments or suggestions. 🙂
Right! Don’t forget that the release of this patch will be celebrated with a huge giveaway on IndieDB. You don’t want to miss out on this so head over there now!
We’re happy to announce that we’re going to have a give away on IndieDB next Friday, August 19th, to celebrate the new patch going live. Make sure to mark down the competition page today. The competition runs on a first come first served basis so make sure you’re not late to the party! 🙂
As you might have guessed from that a brand new patch will go live next week, more exactly on August 18th. The new patch will feature (among other things):
– a new way to fight
– more secrets and treasures to find
– new ways to kill
Apart from adding new things we’ve also worked hard on fixing reported bugs. Please let us know if you find any so we can fix them as soon as possible.
Don’t forget to join our discord channel (link below) so we can chat 🙂
The journey of Momento Temporis continues! First of all; a huge shoutout to all of you guys for your amazing support so far. Game development can be a rollercoaster, but when you can see that there’s people out there who actually enjoy your work it makes it all worthwhile.
It’s been four weeks now since the release and so far everything seems to go rather smoothly. Recently we’ve been working really hard to go viral and spread the word about Momento Temporis to as many of you as possible on different platforms. This is a vital part of game development, as it makes it possible for us to interact with you guys on a more intimate level. It’s also gives us a chance to update you about what’s happening in our world.
We mainly use twitter and steam to communicate as we think it’s the best way to reach out our players, and one of the easiest way for you to reach us. We’re also frequently updating our website, facebook and youtube-page, as well as our IndieDB and reddit-page, to make sure you guys are able to keep up with our work. 🙂
Your feedback is what truly matters to us. We want to hear what you have to say and therefore give you the opportunity to join our Discord channel!
Discord is a chatroom where you’ll be able to talk direclty to us about Momento Temporis. Do you have any suggestions, feedback or general thoughts about improvements? Just send us a message and we’ll be sure to answer all your questions!
Finishing this week’s post with a sneak peek of things to come in the game: