It's been almost half a year since I've posted anything here D:
Well my previous game "IWBTOG" (now called 'Greg Can Jump') has finally been released, although there were plenty of bugs that appeared out of nowhere, which was a pain to deal with.
My new game (codenamed 'Vertigo') has been under way for a few months now, I'm about 56-ish levels in to it (out of 80)
What is Vertigo?
Vertigo is yet another platformer, in which you play as a llama in his quest to return home (Llama Land); you live in a world where your center of gravity can be altered, giving you the power to walk on ground and ceiling. You must search your way through 8 unique worlds - each containing 10 hand-drawn levels - in order to return home and win the game.
As mentioned, the game will be 80 levels long, and is pretty much another platformer, but the player can switch between walking on ground and walking on ceiling as they choose. Various statistics such as time, coins, deaths and switches are all recorded for each individual world and medals are awarded for outstanding times + switches.
Each World will present the player with a different powerup, followed by a set of levels which challenge the player's ability to use it. For example: World 1 gives you the ability to shoot lasers, which is used for killing enemies that can't be stomped on. World 2 grants you double-jump (self explanatory) and World 3 grants you double-switch which lets you switch twice in mid-air rather than once, reducing your limitations greatly.
Upon beating the final world, trophies will become accessible (1 per world) and will require you to find them in a particular way (without dying/killing/timed etc). Once you've beaten the game you can also go back and attempt to collect all of the gold medals, coins, and minimize your death count to 0 on each world.
Various items (primarily hats + other items of clothing) will also be obtainable through collecting medals, and possibly bonus worlds.
This is all from me for now, here is a video containing the soundtrack to Worlds 1 and 3: