CITY OF ROTT: STREETS OF ROTT is a game I always wanted to create since I first played Streets of Rage 1, and with a lot of hard work, learning and programming, the game is finally complete. It was created entirely from scratch, on Game Editor, a basic but intuitive C based game development software. One big test for me before pursuing any big task, is will it be entertaining in some way? The good news is, I have fun playing this game, even though it can be challenging later on with all of the zombies swarming around you, requiring a variety of attacks to defeat, but it’s definitely the game I envisioned when I first began creating it.
I used a lot of my hand drawn assets from City of Rott, but also had to create a lot of new animations and characters just for the game, which I also plan to have in the new movie, City of Rott: Otherworld to some degree. From start to finish, the game began development and testing around October 2015 and now it’s January 21, 2017 when the game is finally about to be presented on Steam, thanks to the support of fans world wide. Thank you! Valve, the creators of Left 4 Dead, a First person Zombie game, run Steam, one of the largest retailers of digital video games worldwide, so it’s an honor to be a part of the giant library of games on http://Steampowered.com .
CITY OF ROTT: STREETS OF ROTT, planned for a worldwide release date of February 14, 2017, which lands on a Tuesday, which is a common day for games to be released in the USA.
City of Rott: Streets of Rott The Video game will be released under my FSudol Art Games Banner as well as my BlackArro Productions brand. If you’re a fan of the movies and enjoy video games like Streets of Rage 1, 2 and 3, Final Fight and other beat ’em up style brawling games, you may enjoy this game as well.
City of Rott: Streets of Rott – Gameplay Trailer (2017 Version)
Welcome to the Streets of Rott, where the dead mindlessly search for their next feast and Fred, Max and Sarah are on the menu. Unless they can single handedly thwart the efforts of the evil Stalker who rules the realm, the zombie plague will continue to spread as hope fades away. Battle your way through over eight stages in this intense, arcade style beat em’ up inspired by the classics. Over a year of programming and testing, the Entire game created by F. Sudol of FSudol Art, BlackArro Productions, using Game-Editor software, a basic 2D video game creation software. City of Rott: Streets of Rott Copyright 2016, 2017, All Rights Reserved. COR: SOR is planned for Steam in early 2017 for PC. Mac and Linux versions also if all goes to plan.
Back on August 9, 2016, I got official word from Steam (steampowered.com and steamcommunity.com) that my game City of Rott: Streets of Rott, was approved thanks to all of you who voted for it on steampowered in the Greenlight section. It’s now listed in the greenlit games area, but is pending completion and final approvals from Steam, after I get the final enemies and content into the game. I have all of the main levels drawn and placed, but still have to add new enemies to make each one feel different, even though the basic zombies will be a part of most levels, like the basic goons in Streets of Rage.
Just have to see how much more I can add, but I’m eager to complete it and see what the next steps are to get this finalized onto Steam. Thanks again to all of you who support and vote for this game! I wasn’t expecting it to happen, so when it did, it was a nice surprise. The game is being created on Game-Editor software and planned for PC , Mac and Linux. I have yet to see how Steam works with my game, so hopefully I’ll be able to have it on all 3 platforms.
Some unexpected news from Steam about the game I’m working on, City of Rott: Streets of Rott planned for PC, Mac and Linux. I just got an email from Steam saying this game was Greenlit for sale on steampowered.com, one of the biggest online retailers of video games on the internet. The challenge was to have hundreds of interested gamers approve of the game as something they’d like to see available for purchase on Steampowered.com. After enough gamers showed interest in it, it was approved by Steam to my surprise. I originally posted my game for consideration among thousands of other titles to pick from back in February 2016, and the process took many months before it earned enough votes in August 2016.
Here’s the email info:
Your title, “City of Rott: Streets of Rott,” has been Greenlit!
To continue, you will need to complete the necessary digital paperwork to sign up as a new Steamworks Partner.
I was not expecting that at all to be honest, and had since put more energy into other art projects to earn a living, but continuing work on this game in my spare time of course. So now I just have to start the next steps to align it with Steampowered and put the game through after adding some more stuff to complete it and make it as fun and entertaining as I know how to.
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