A Game by Koola Comes Alive
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A Game by Koola Comes Alive
18 May, 2016

French 3d artist Koola has recently published a short video of his upcoming game tentatively named “HK project”. The short video is intended is a visual test of the indie title, which features a brave cat in an impressive futuristic 3d world.

“HK project” is created with the help of Koola’s friend Viv. The game is being built with Unreal Engine 4 and Substance tools. Koola is known for his unique take on post processing and lighting. Over the last couple of years he created some absolutely amazing 3d projects.

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However, now his tiny team is building a unique indie project, which will most likely become the next big thing in the game development world. No idea when it will be released, but we’re all very excited to see this game in action.

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Interview with Koola.

Source: hk-devblog.com

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