As i see that this is the best harry potter game on internet until now..
i see that it would be better if the game was in 3D..
i don't say the game is **** or bad , no this game is super cool
super cool , super scary , super confusing , super AWESOME.
Unity3D passes as mediocre for me.
I love the fact that it's heavily optimized for lower end machines and people who want to get their feet wet in the world of game development. But if you're looking for a more realistic game, unless you pay $1500 for the engine or $75 for a subscription, you will be drastically disappointed because the free version of Unity is lack luster. It simply doesn't have the "great features" that Unreal Engine 3/4 or CryEngine 3 provides. It's way to expensive for those who want a great looking game and make it presentable to Kickstarter, IndieGoGo, and Patreon. I can see where 3rd party support would come into play, but if you don't have backers to get you and your team the money you need to make your game believable you are stuck with a poorly planned and designed feature set.
I've played around with Unity, I loved the time I spent with it but the fact that's it's free version is so restricting when it comes to serious game development is where I parted ways with it.
I would recommend to everyone who wants to create a realistic looking game, I would opt for alternatives to Unity such as CryEngine or Unreal Engine 4, heck, even Leadwerks Game Engine. Sorry Unity, you could be great if you just lifted the silly restrictions and make it more affordable for people just starting out I would probably go back to you.
Here's why I think it's a pass via comparison:
Let's start with Unity3d's feature set. You only get next generation visuals and options if you pay a ridiculous subscription fee of $75 or a wallet burning $1500, still uses baked lighting which is dated technology (if you're using the free version) perks of Unity though and the reason why I didn't rate it below a 5 is the fact that you are free to distribute your game however you please (commercial or otherwise) without the need to pay the creators of Unity "royalties" I believe. But, most hardcore gamers are looking for prettier games. However, casual gamers won't care one way or another as long as they can play it.
Unreal Engine 4: Oh boy, this one is currently what I'm using. Features Xbox One, PS4, PC, and Mobile distribution as well as Occulus Rift support for an easy price of $19 per month and 5% royalties to Epic Games if you make over $50,000. So what happens if I cancel my subscription? Not a thing, you still get all of next generation features and a huge community and great tutorials with some of them created by Epic Games themselves.
CryEngine 3: I've used it but moved on, since it's restricted to First-Person type of games unless you're star Citizen. You get all of the next generation features for free, but it's glory is halted by a small community and a company who is currently facing financial trouble. You have a free model and a subscription model and there is no real difference between the two, except that the subscription model allows you to sell you game with no royalties due.
I cannot stress enough that everyone should go for something more this generation unless you want a basic looking game.
Juego increíble, engancha mucho y ayuda a mejorar el calculo mental. Solo le encuentro una pega, desde que he empezado a jugar no puedo parar... Es algo novedoso que llevo buscando desde hace mucho tiempo y no había encontrado nada hasta ahora, así que supongo que es el único de este tipo.
A low cost system that allows for the freedom to build almost any game that can be imagined from a 2d to 3d to beyond. Integrated VR technology and excellent audio systems make for an immersive environment. Consistent technology updates and an active community make the system extremely flexible and advance its' usefulness all the time, keeping it from stagnating.
I really wanted to like this game. The graphics are great and everything looks pretty awesome. But there are some major design flaws and my first match was really not fun at all. I was stuck with one unit trapped in a corner for the last 10 turns of the match. There are some balance adjustments and perhaps even rule changes that need to be made. If so, I think this could be a great game! With TBS like this, any small change can have a huge effect resulting gameplay.
Gorgeous game, have put in too many hours to count. From the beginning of playing this game over 2 & 1/2 years ago, the game has grown and formed into its shell. At the beginning it was such a simple game that it so addicting, comparing the addictiveness to original COD:Zombies of sorts. Later on with so many mods, and just additions to vanilla made this game into a mix of researching new things about it constantly, and finding the best servers to play on. With so many good mods with the game now (for an easy way to download them, go to Skydaz.com) such as pixelmon, thaumcraft, etc, it just makes the game that much more entertaing for those that aren't satisfied with vanilla mc. Even for those that want an easier way to handle mods there are places like Technicpack.net where there are modpacks up for download. With such a small idea to begin with, this little, java-made indie turned into a refreshing play through mainstream gaming. For only 26.95 you are able to get 100's, even 1,000's of hours from scrounging around on the internet for mods,servers,skins, and resource packs. I don't think I will ever give up playing for the soul fact that there will always be something you haven't done.
I love this game.
The graphics and animations are really nice.
Reaaly high sound quality. I adore the voice acting and sound effects.
The gameplay is the base building concept, but with some nice new features which make this game something unique, like the hero system. It doesn't feel unbalanced.
This is one to keep on my ipad.
It takes a lot to make me jump and this game did it easily. Really well made, very creepy with some great jumpscares. Currently doing a playthrough on my channel (Tr1pw1re) and about to start night 2. Have heard about a sequel so really looking forward to that!
Really enjoy playing this game. The 3 main features in the game are brilliant
RAID- Allows you to battle eachother and raid bases destroying armies.
BUILDING BASES- Allows you to build a base and defend your harvester.
SCAVENGING- Allows you to scavenge upgrades and resources for your base and army.
The game really is fun and getting revenge on someone who raided you is a great way to spark a reaction. Would recommend to anyone who likes turn based games.
Really excited to play this game when waiting for it to be released and it exceeded my expectations. The raid feature is brilliant and allows you to get revenge on people who raided your base. Building a base is great fun as you having to think whether you want an offensive base or defensive. Love the game cant wait to see some more exciting updates in the future.