Hollow Knight fan learned how to code to create a game and tease Silksong in it

Hollow Knight fan learned how to code to create a game and tease Silksong in it

Hollow Knight: Silksong has been in development for so long, it's possible to learn how to write code and create your own game in that time.
That's exactly what series fan Jordan Morris did - his Hollow Knight-inspired product saw the light of day the day before.The enthusiast's story began with a passion for video games.
According to him, he always wanted to make his own game, but still started to work in a field far from gamemade.
In 2019, he gave his dream a chance and immersed himself in the study of game development on Unity.
According to Morris, he immediately fell in love with this process and spent all his free time on it.After practicing \"on cats\", the newly minted developer took up his own game - Haiku, the Robot.
However, he soon realized that he could not pull off his office work at the same time.
So he turned to gamers like him on Kickstarter for help, releasing a demo version.
Even one of the Team Cherry employees responsible for Hollow Knight appreciated it.Fundraising helped Morris quit his job to devote himself exclusively to his creation.
The campaign ended successfully - the amount raised was even more than needed.
This allowed them to add Spanish and Portuguese localization, introduce an additional mode, and purchase a dev kit for the Switch port of Haiku, the Robot.
On April 28th the project was released on PC and received very good reviews.
Users were also quick to find a Silksong reference.
One tombstone reads, \"To those who find my grave in the distant future, I ask, 'Is Silksong out yet? It is important to note that there are other slabs in this location - the text for them was written by donaters from Kickstarter.Briefly about the Haiku, the Robot: it is a 2D action-platformer, \"similar to Metroid for graphics, skills and art style, but also on the Hollow Knight for characters, world structure and narration.
In the story, humanity died out long ago after a global cataclysm, leaving only artificial intelligence on the planet.
You play as Haiku, the Robot, whose task is to get rid of machines damaged by a virus.Haiku, the Robot has already been released on PC (Steam), but a version for Nintendo Switch is also planned.
There is no translation into Russian.

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