Unity, the free game engine, celebrated three games made with their software in short videos shown at The Game Awards this evening.
Fantastic Contraption, a game made by a married couple for VR, will be an intuitive building game where you are put in a world for the sole purpose of building contraptions and solving puzzles. Vane is a “minimalistic, exploration, mystery game” based in a desert world full of questions for the player to figure out. And finally, Pinstripe is a story game about a ex-minister stuck in hell trying to find his daughter. It was made by a one man developer called Atmos Games.
Check out the stories of all three at their website, and be sure to check out all of our TGA coverage here at Hardcore Gamer.