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Several side-stories and a detailed in-game world
June 11, 2012
HeXit will be a point-and-click sci-fi adventure game resembling the popular Blade Runner game in the atmosphere of the new Total Recall movie remake. Everything in the game will be presented in the form of pre-rendered graphics, which gives the player a movie like experience. The developers are sci-fi fans, they like exciting stories and police procedural television series. They are trying to create a game combining these elements while focusing on a compelling storyline with twists and exciting adventures. There will be a whole new sci-fi world built up which exists as a realistic, richly-detailed and interactive atmospheric environment. Several side-stories and a detailed in-game world await those who enjoy exploring everything in a game. There will be countless usable items that can be combined. HeXit will also involve several mini-games. There will be English language voice acting for all in-game dialogues.
Just like the successful police procedural television series, HeXit is planned as an episodic adventure. The developers plan to release several installments. However, these episodes will take place in the same world and the player will dig deeper and deeper into its secrets. Currently, they are asking backers at Kickstarter to provide support for the making of the first episode, which will involve 6-10 hours of gameplay. If they collect the aimed $75,000 on Kickstarter, then completing the game would take the team approximately 8 months.
The main character of the game is police Lieutenant Jane Davis who suddenly finds herself in the middle of a dangerous and exciting adventure. Everything seems to change around her. She used to be the hunter, but now she becomes the prey. She has to escape so that she could clarify herself. All episodes of the game will feature dozens of individual characters. They will include friends, enemies, robots and cyborgs.
Each member of the team has worked previously as game developers. Most of them have more than 10 years of experience in the video game industry.
They spent the last months creating a preliminary version of the HeXit adventure and now they are about to start developing the first adventure of HeXit after a successful Kickstarter campaign.
If you think, like the guys, that there is a demand for a science-fiction adventure game, then do not hesitate to visit their //hexitgame.com” title=”HeXit”>web page and their //www.kickstarter.com/projects/935411564/hexit-point-and-click-sci-fi-adventure-game” title=”HeXit at Kickstarter.com”>Kickstarter campaign for more information.
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