Kraden’s Crypt goes to London!

Hello Crypters!

Last week Ian stumbled upon a Reddit link for a convention in London called London Anime & Gaming Con. They were looking for indie developers to showcase their games. We got in touch with one of the event’s organizers and they loved our game :) So now its official, Kraden’s Crypt will have it’s own booth! :D So far Sam Brett and I will be going to represent the game. Hopefully we’ll be doing it cosplaying as our characters. If anyone has any materials for a costume and props or knows any good deals on merch, drop us a message.

contact@kradenscrypt.com
Over and out!

Bug of the Week: Network Multiplayer Hammer

Hello everyone, things are getting busy for the team but the game’s starting to feel really good. Its exciting to know we will soon have multilayer available. Ian has been working on the network code also.

Although it is titled “Bug of the Week” I’m impressed with anything that involves networking. Also featuring “elevator music” by Brett Coop (Dizzy Chok). More news to come soon, so stay tuned!

Pete.

Video Update

Hey Cryptanators

Figured I’d post a video as It’s been a while… we’ve finally got a full team and are now working on the game real hard, so much I’ve lot touch with the online community a little.

So Here’s a video clip of what the Kraden’s Crypt is looking like as of late. It’d be great to get some feedback or hear any questions you might have! Something playable will soon be bestowed upon thee!

Cheers,
Sam

New Programmer Cláudio dos Santos

We thought we’d wait a while before announcing, but here it goes… Just when we thought we couldn’t get unluckier with our attempts at getting another programmer to stick, we get a CV from a guy on develteam.com. I have to say it was a pretty looking CV and although the projects were small, they did impress. He’s also programmed some cool robotics. We decided to give him a go despite our past shortcomings and the guy has fit in better than we could of hoped. His English communication is actually better than mine, plus he has put a lot of effort in to get to grips with the project. As overwhelming it can be sometimes, Claudio and Ian seem to be on fire so the whole team are bouncing off each other with excitement. Yeeeey!

Here’s a link to his website blog

Welcome to the team Cláudio :)

 

Charles Tye Has Left the Team

It would seem that Charles’ time with us has been short, he just didn’t have the spare time or passion for the project he originally thought he had.

I can’t say I’m not disappointed with this recent news, making the the additional coder stick has been a nightmare.

Ah well as Ian says “Fourth times a charm” >n<

 

 

 

 

 

Introducing New Kraden’s Crypt Team Member: Charles Tye

Sorry about the lack of news updates on the website. We’re still working diligently on Kraden’s Crypt. In fact as the title does state we’ve got a top secret new addition the team (Programmer: Charles Tye) who is a secret no more!

We are happy to have Charles on the team with his invaluable programming skills. Now balance has been restored to the KC team!

Want to see a few of Charles’ past projects?

Then just head on over to his website: http://www.dalrack.com/

Welcome aboard Charles!

More updates coming soon!