Surviving Titan is an open world, action packed, survival adventure game. You will have to craft, build, fight and explore to discover all of the mysteries of Titan.
You’ve crash landed on the planet Titan. Suffering from amnesia and armed with only a basic survival kit you begin exploring the planet looking for any signs of life. You are accompanied by your ships standard issue survival droid, their job is to help keep you alive.
Explore a large open world full of mysteries, dangerous creatures, rare resources and surprises. Live long enough to discover the mysteries of Titan, find other survivors and attempt to escape the perilous planet.
- A huge, randomly generated open world to explore – built up of seven different biomes. With each biome having a unique landscape, rare resources and inhabitants (friendly or otherwise) exploring these biomes will be instrumental if you are to ever survive Titan.
- You are not alone – discover other survivors during your exploration and recruit them into your crew. Trade, fight and explore with them and perhaps they can help unravel some of the mysteries of Titan!
- Craft your own adventure – With over 150 unique items to craft the world of Titan is your oyster. Craft useful objects, suits of armor or powerful weapons to help you survive.
- Train your skills. There are 7 skills to master. Each skill has it’s own unique benefits. Compete in global leaderboards to see who is the master of each skill.
I hope you enjoy the game!
It has been a pretty intense few weeks since the last update and I have been looking forward to finally posting some of the changes and features I have been adding. Life on Titan has gotten a bit more deadly recently, with several new boss’s making their way onto the planet. Life has also gotten a bit more stable, with a complete overhaul of the way that enemies and objects are saved and loaded from the map, resulting in increased performance (especially in animal breeding), stability and no more having to save the game – the game now automatically saves every few seconds.
This week I added the ability to choose a skin in the character creation screen, there is currently two to choose from –
I have updated the way that pet AI and human survivors work too, they are now a bit more intelligent in the way that they follow you. They will also offer assistance in combat if needed.
I spent a large part of last week improving the way that the grasslands biome looks and feels. There is now far more foliage in the grasslands and greater diversity of tree’s. There is still more to come but here is a quick preview –
This week I improved the digging mechanics too. Digging now detects the biome you are in which directly effects the loot you can receive, with some very special items (albeit very rare) to find –
Player housing is also something I have been tweaking. The original inception of the player built houses were instanced maps, however I felt this has no consequence and did not fit the survival theme of the game. I have since re-worked this system to now have a seamless transition between inside and outside of player housing. Certain enemies will attempt to break so it is important to have a strong door on if you want to protect your home –
Lastly I have been tweaking the games core questline. I don’t want to give out any spoilers just yet but here is a quick tease of one of the games new quest areas!
That is all for this week. I would love to hear your suggestions and critique. Please consider joining the games discord for beta access too -> https://discord.gg/MpcUQjK
It’s been a few weeks since my last post and lot’s has changed in that time! I have been working quite heavily on improving the world generation of the game, all 7 intended biomes are now present as-well as several randomly generated islands to explore!
There is still some work to be done with smoothing the terrain transitions and adding variation the island shapes but at it’s core everything is in place and ready to explore!
In other news I have been modifying the minimap screen to be more intuitive and interactive. It now features a full screen view with quests as-well the ability to toggle markers on and off.
Also I have been working on adding several new bosses, an achievement framework, pet system and numerous performance and balance tweaks. Really excited to be showing these new features off in the next few weeks, but for now a sneak peak of an upcoming boss!
That is all for today. If you have any idea’s or feedback please send it my way!
I will shortly be setting up a discord server too to log progress and take feedback, PM me if you might be interested in joining.
I have been wanting to make a development thread for a while but the game wasn’t quite there yet. Finally I think I am at a good point to start logging my progress! So without further ado I present to you Surviving Titan, an open world, randomly generated sci-fi survival adventure game.
You crash land on the planet Titan, suffering from amnesia and with the ships scanners unable to detect any signs of civilization you begin the task of exploring the planet looking for any signs of intelligent life. You are accompanied by a survival droid, standard issue for any escape pod. Their job is to keep you alive.
The game features a completely randomly generated open world to explore, with 7 core biomes that piece it together. Each biome has it’s owned unique landscape, resources and inhabitants (friendly or otherwise). Some crafting recipes require item’s that can only be gathered from specific biomes so exploration is key.
Here is a rough image of the current world biome map, it is still actively being improved but getting there –
This game has a much large scope than anything I have ever made before, but also is alot more complete as I have iterated and improved mechanics from previous games. There are several tiers of crafting, with one of the final tiers giving you the ability to create a teleportation pad that allows you to move across the map almost instantly –
The game currently features several skills for you to level up, including –
Leveling up these skills grants you points that can be spent to unlock perks or crafting recipes as-well as other things. The system is not fully fleshed out yet but here is an example of what the final skill tree system might look like –
Here is a brief look at some of the higher tier items in the game and things you can discover –
I am really looking forward to posting new content as the game progresses.
That is all now now!
After a few weeks of the site being offline we are finally back!
We are extremely excited to announce that will shortly be releasing details on our latest game that has been in development for just over a year, so stay tuned for that!
Have a great weekend!
I am extremely excited to announce that Amethlion has just released on steam, what a way to enjoy a bank holiday huh? Amethlion is now bigger and better than ever thanks to all your feedback and ideas over the past few weeks.
Get amethlion on Steam now! – Store.steampowered.com
Here is the latest changes up to the windows release –
- Butterfly nets can now be crafted
- Fixed bug effecting gathering resources durability not counting correctly
- Explosives now stack and have a value
- Fixed bug with dark goblins clipping through walls
- Fixed bug with the king possibly passing you two wilderness passes
- Beards now correctly draw over armour in the game menu!
- Adjusted taming slightly, fixed several bugs with the stable system
- Rat tails are now tradeable and have a value
- Fixed ‘A Cook’s Quest’ quest log text
- Fixed bug with the Explosive Rescue quest
- Fixed bug with the House for sale quest that would take payment before completing
- Added temporary emitter sound fix until next engine update
Fixed floating torch bug
Added level requirements for weapon crafting
Added smithing experience for crafting weapons experience
Fixed crafting menu flicker and tab remembrance
Solids no longer block player when following and npc
Changed all instances to use layers instead of depth – this should stop all flickering
Increased Gork health and damage by 10 and 2 respectively
Fixed and improved respawn on npcs and resources
Increased damage of mushroom and reduced health
Fireworks can only be used at night now
Added quest text for ‘The hawks have landed’ quest
Added leaderboards to main screen (ios and android)
Added food store vendor
Added Agate and Amethyst ring crafting options to Citadel blacksmith
You can now re-buy a chef hat from the citadel chef
Added random detail generation to waterfall map
Added Amethyst and jade spawns to random dungeons
Added ‘quest points’ to minimap tab
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Fixed bug near bastion mines which meant creatures could spawn in walls
Fixed missing collision box near bastion farmhouse
Fixed some issues with resources spawning on paths in the bastion
Improved enemy depth sorting
Improved enemy collision with resources
Improved resource depth sorting, added alpha switch when behind resources
Fixed played depth on death
Fixed bug with text overlay showing multiple items on quest completion
Added several new gork spawns to the swamps!
Gork destroyer quest now teaches the flare ability instead of float
The butterfly hunter quest now unlocks the ‘Float’ Ability!
Fixed bug that prevented butterflies from being caught
Removed starting items from character creation in story mode, only levels apply
Reduced damage of slime boss by 50%
Added slightly more water details in the bastion
All resources are now solid
Fixed chest durability bar alignment
Added ‘Store in chest’ sound
Added level requirements to backend crafting calculation – rolled out to armor and weapons only currently
Improved crafting screen, now stores scroll position on failed craft and reduced flicker
Crafting can now give experience
I have been developing Amethlion for just over a year now and thought it was about time I started updating you on the state of Amethlion, what the game actually involves and new features have been added in the past few months.
In a nutshell Amethlion is a mix of open world survival game play and classic RPG questing with some rogue-like elements and mechanics thrown in for good measure. Soon to be avaliable for IOS, Android and Windows the game features a central story line that will have you exploring several different regions throughout the games large open world to complete. About 50% of the games world is randomly generated, giving a new experience each time it is played.
There are three major cities in Amethlion, each of these cities are hotspots for collecting quests and performing various tasks. Here is an image of a currently unfinished area called ‘The Citadal’ –
You are free to explore the world of Amethlion at your own pace. The game is packed with unique NPC’s to interact with and there are lot’s of secrets to discover.
Here are some of the games current features –
- Randomly generated open world to explore
- Over 75 quests and counting
- Unique abilities and spells
- 200 unique items to use
- Farming, fishing, cooking, woodcutting and mining skills + more
- over 35 unique monsters and bosses to kill
- Player owned housing and customisation
- And a huge amount more!
Over the next few months I will be adding as much content as I can into Amethlion. I hope to consistently update the community of it’s progress too.
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As you may have noticed we have recently updated and re-vamped the website! There are a few more changes that will be rolled out in the next few weeks but we are pretty happy with the new design. Any suggestions on how we can improve hit us up on the contact form!
We have some big things to announce in the next few weeks, so keep an eye out for that.