Terrordrome Facebook page reached 10.000 likes! Thank you everyone, specially those who follow us from the beginning. It took a bit less than 4 years to get there. The game is finished now as you all know, but we have the special news we’ll be posting next Monday right for Halloween day! So stay tuned as there’s more to come!
What’s new for this Halloween? To get in the mood, we’re creating new posters with a 1 on 1 battle theme. We started with a classic Freddy vs Jason brand new poster with Terrordrome’s models of course. We’ll continue with the best matching characters in what should be a series of 7 posters. Enjoy the first one!
Stay tuned for more!
Check out our latest video about combos. We are making a small series which is going to show you combos for every character. We hope you’ll learn a trick or two. Enjoy!
Terrordrome TV is here!
Our TRDM youtube channel featuring the best online matches is finally launching. The channel will feature player vs player online matches, with people who master their characters and know how to play this game right. The videos are worth the watch I guarantee you. You will be able to witness online strategies and watch combos performed against real players. You may learn some tricks or two in the process.
If you feel you have the skills, we encourage you to submit your replay files of your local or online fights (make sure to have “Save replays” checked in the option tab). We greatly thank the players in the videos for their contribution in this project! Make sure to subscribe for more videos to come!
Enter the Pixeldrome!
What if Terrordrome had been created in the 80′? Perhaps it would have looked like this. What kind of game do you imagine it would be?
Enjoy this pixelart work I’ve been doing during lunch time while doing contract work. Initially made for a new T-shirt design, what do you think?
An interesting fact!
Have you ever noticed that Classic Jason’s belt is grey? Well, it’s not supposed to be grey, but brown. Why it’s like that? When Fabien Rixens (modeler and animator) finished model of C.Jason, he sent him to Marc Echave (the leader, modeler and animator). But since Marc uses 3DS Max software (Fabien uses Maya), there was an issue with the texture of the belt. Since Marc didn’t notice it, he started rigging the model and later animating it. When finally it was noticed that the belt has no texture (hence it’s grey), there was no sense to turn back and render again animations.
Check this out people!
Who want some?
I finally found the time to create this Terrordrome T-shirt design I had in mind for a while if you guys remember. I’m presenting the first of a serie of Terrordrome/horror T-shirt I personally designed. I’m planning to take advantage of Teespring.com services to sell this one as it works like a crowdfunding platform. If the set amount of T-shirt reaches its goal in a set amount of time, they print it and they ship them themselves. If the goal isn’t reached nothing happens and nobody get hurts (only my feelings!). In order to best prepare this campaign, I’d like to have your feedback people! How many of you are seriously interested in buying this product (So I can properly set the minimum estimated sale goal), It’s an estimated price of 23$.
The profits would directly help the pre-production of Terrordrome 2, so it’s a nice way to support the project with style!
– Marc –