Rossies Classic 2.0 Now Available!

A new (and possibly last) major update has been rolled out! Now with a functional Mac version!

Again, no Android version yet, that will come soon. Good news there is that’s it’s no longer bricking phones… that’s something.

Anyway, enjoy!

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  • A, D and LMB now navigate the menus
  • Player hitbox is made smaller
  • Loading screen has been added, demonstrating the controls
  • Fixed glitch where gun can get stuck at the start of the game
  • Mac Version is now fixed


Gameplay video:

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Rossies Classic 1.7 is out now!

After so much trouble, I finally finished Version 1.7, with some more necessary changes!

For now, it’s only available on Windows and Linux. A couldn’t get the Mac version working I’m afraid. I’ll keep trying, though!

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  • Emperor Yunki boss now works differently
  • Emperor Yunki now speaks
  • A menu now pops up when you die
  • Rossies Classic logo, splash and icon have been updated
  • The brief now sounds more like an actual meission brief
  • Credits updated with a new surprise


Gemmplay Video

Coming soon

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Rossies Classic Version 1.5.1 out now!

We’ve released a new update to Rossies Classic. We listened to all of your feedback and updated the game accordingly!


Version 1.5.1

  • Emperor Yunki boss now works as he should be
  • Fixed problem with background Kruncanite appearing during the boss

Version 1.5

  • Fixed collision issue with Kruncanites
  • You can now shoot multiple Kruncanites at a time
  • Unpausing with Esc now works properly
  • Emperor Yunki is slightly more difficult to beat
  • Objective indicators are shown before you encounter the Kruncanites and again when you face Emperor Yunki
  • Kruncanite spawns now more spaced out
  • Endless mode has been added
  • Player now lowers gun when beating Emperor Yunki
  • Added splash screen


Gameplay Video

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Rossies Classic has been released!

I did it! I finished Rossies Classic in just a month for devtober!

The game is improves on the graphics of the original game. If you’ve been following our Twitter, you’ll see that I’ve been posting daily updates to the game.

It’s been quite a journey, and it has taught me one thing: I’m awful at doing it all on my own. The game may be playable, and some testers even enjoyed it, it looks far from appealing.

I definitely need to assemble a team to make Rossies 3D any good. I need to think about how.

Anyway, here are screenshots of the game.

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Announcing: Rossies Classic – A remake of the original game!

We’re participate in devtober, where you need to make a game in just a month

So we took this opportunity to remake the original Rossies game. At the very least it will be a 1-1 remake, with updated sprites, and time permitted, will maybe have new features and upgrades, too!

We’ll post in social media everyday to keep you guys up to date on the game until the game’s released on the 1st November!

T3ngist will be delayed until the 15th November for this reason, to give the 5 people following us room to breathe.

See you next month!

Rossies 3D demo may be pushed back further than we initally thought, if not cancelled.

I have some bad news, the PC I have been using to work on Rossies 3D, isn’t as stable workstation anymore. Let me explain.

My PC keep crashing and freezing/hanging, and every time it does, everything, even user input, stops working, and I have to restart. Sadly, my PC chooses the worst times to do this, it always does it when I work on my game.

I was working on the school level of the game when my PC did this, and I had to restart, when I opened up the level again, it was corrupt, it opened okay, but the textures were gone and I couldn’t re-assaign them, and the models no longer saved… luckily, I had back-ups!

The point is my PC is no longer a suitable workstation to work on my game, so in other words, I can’t really work on my game unless I fix this PC or get a new one (and seeing my financial troubles a.k.a. I haven’t got another ¬£1000 to splash out, the former will most likely have to happen.)

Can’t you just use any old computer for development? I hear youse asks, well, when developing the game, I run Blender (3D modelling), G.I.M.P. (Image editor) and Unity (Game Engine) Simultaneously, the former 2 take ages to export models for the game, and for some to load & import, and the latter takes ages to boot up, so it saves a lot of time having them both up. So to answer the question, I could, but it would take forever, constantly having to exiting and starting-up between programs, also, the school and outdoor levels of the game use lot of polygons, and even my high-end PC struggles at keeping it even 30fps (let alone 60), while I editing them. (For those concerned, the levels will run fine on most PCs, editing models seem to take a lot more processing power then rendering in game, don’t ask why)

This isn’t the first time this PC has done this, it done it when developing my last game (I hope this doesn’t turn into a reoccurring theme!), I got it sent to get fixed, and it was fine again, only this time, the warranty has expired…

I am doing everything I can to fully restore my PC, make it stable again, for now, I have got my old laptop I can use, but it can’t handle most of my models unless in wireframe mode (no textures or faces/polygons, just lines, for those unaware of the term), so I guess I can do a little bit with that. I’ll do whatever I can to progress with development, but I won’t be able to do too much, so I don’t think I’ll have the demo finished anytime soon.

I am sorry for this, but there’s not much I can do right now. One thing’s for sure, I am never buying from ASUS again!