Based in Saint Petersburg, Russia
first quarter 2019
PC / Linux
The Basics of Sacred Geometry is a game about interactive 3D graphics and Unreal Engine 4 made by using engine content and engine tools only. No have own 3D-graphics models, audio, no textures and there is no way to work with other software. The main idea for the project is to make a kind of introduction to interactive 3D graphics for beginners. But it isn't an interactive tutorial. You play as a beginner in the Sacred Geometry. Explore mysterious chapters, scroll the magic wheel and read the sacred texts from engine's documentation.
The idea grew out of my long-standing want to make a game with the visualized raycast (Tracing). This became the subject of Chapter 5 of Sacred Geometry. Also, I was inspired by the Unreal Engine 4. So you can see some elements, that usually displayed only in the editor. The sacred texts in the game are taken from the UE4 documentation and editor's help.
- The first 7 chapters are available now in the demo version.
- The full release will contain up to 20 chapters and a large sandbox-level.
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About Supr Experience
My name is Yuliya or Supr, I'm making short playful experiences. I am developing The Basics Of Sacred Geometry alone and don’t plan to make a team. The areas of my interest are: real-time 3D graphics, procedural generation, procedural rhetoric, Unreal Engine art. I'm a member of Russian art-games collective IBORG http://iborg.ru. I co-curated a number of art-game exhibitions in Russia: !game≠game (2015); Games Not Games (2017).
The Basics of Sacred Geometry Credits
Yuliya Kozhemyako (Supr)
artist, game developer