The Mech Mice team have released some brand new images of a map that will be in the game.

Next time, we will go over Mech Mice Level Design – Mapping. These sneak peaks look great what do you think? Let us know in the comments.

 

First, we have a photo of the Mech Mice wireframe, which should give you a general idea of the environment in Mech Mice. This model focuses on how and where the mice can move, and how tall are the various “obstacles”.

Next, the MM team took some time to sketch out many details on the map. Here are some of their sketches.

Are you excited for the upcoming release of the game? Tell us why!

 

Previously we went over the design of the concept, and today, we are going to going over the design for the environment. Take a look:

After the team has created a detailed map, they will start creating concept illustrations of the environment. Next up, we have Mech Mice Level Design – Details, in just a few  more days!

 

The Mech Mice team has released a few pictures explaining how they design levels of the Mech Mice game! Take a look:

The original post states here that “Each map starts with a quick sketch on one of our many gigantic white boards.”

Here, the post states that “Next, a more detailed version of the map is created.” Then in italics, it states “Next: Mech Mice Level Design – Environment.” It looks like these kinds of updates could become a regular thing! What do you think of this? Do these things interest you? Let us know with a comment!

 

The Mech Mice team has released photos of their paper prototypes for their upcoming Mech Mice game. Take a look:

Recently “team finally played the first paper prototype of Mech Mice”, so hopefully, the game will be as interesting as the prototype seems. If I recall correctly, the game will be released sometime near the end of this year, so that will be exciting for all to see. As always with us at Cheats Whiz, we will bring you the cheats for this new game as soon as it’s out!

 

According to Rocketsnail, the lead developer of the upcoming Mech Mice game, the beta version of the game will be available this year, in October!

The various weapon tests were quite cool, so I’m really excited for the game. I don’t believe any pricing information is available on the game just yet, so that’s something we will see as it comes. We are unsure if it will have some sort of premium element, like in Club Penguin, or if it will be a game users can buy.

Update: it seems that the game will be free for all to play, and will feature various premium elements, just like Club Penguin.

Nonetheless, are you excited? Leave a comment and tell us!

 

The Mech Mice team, (the Miller Brothers and Lance Priebe, co-founder of Club Penguin) will be having a live chat on March 7th at 3:30 PM (Pacific Time). They have said to come and also to invite your friends, make sure you bring your questions about the new Mech mice book! – They even said they will answer a couple of penguin questions!

Timezones:

UK & Europe

  • GMT (UK & Northern Ireland) – 11:30 PM (Wednesday)
  • GMT +1 (Spain, Belgium, Germany) – 12:30 AM (Thursday)

USA & Canada

  • Mountain Standard Time – 4:30 PM
  • Central Standard Time – 5:30 PM
  • Eastern Standard Time – 6:30 PM

Australia

  • AWST – Thu 7:30 AM
  • ACST – Thu 9:00 AM
  • AEST – Thu 9:30 AM
  • ACDT – Thu 10:00 AM
  • AEDT – Thu 10:30 AM
You can join the webcast by clicking here.

You can check out when they will be live by clicking here!

 

Here we have another video on the development of the Mech Mice game. Let’s take a look:

YouTube Video

The colors within the game look a bit plain, but I’m sure that’ll change a bit as the actual release gets closer. I really like the mathematical aspects of the game, and can’t wait for when it is actually released.

Are you excited? Let us know!

 

Mech Mice’s first book, Genesis Strike, is now available on Amazon! Thanks to trainman1405 for letting me know.

The paperback version of the book is already available for order on Amazon, and so is the Nook version. The Nook version is available for just $4.99, though the paperback copy costs much more at $13.47. The paperback has a total of 350 pages.

Nonetheless, I would prefer the paperback version. Do you plan on getting the book? I think I’m going to order it soon! As for the Mech Mice game, are you excited for that as well? Even though I’m glad the book is finally completed, I’m sure the game will be MUCH more exciting!

 

The Mech Mice team has been testing the number of objects they can simultaneously have on the screen. Here’s a video demonstrating what they’ve been up to:

YouTube Video

What do you think? Are you excited for the Mech Mice game? I can’t wait until the actual game is released!

 
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