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Armikrog (Windows, Wii U)

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Title Screen

Armikrog (Windows, Wii U)

Developer: Pencil Test Studios
Publishers: Pencil Test Studios, Versus Evil
Platforms: Windows, Wii U
Released internationally: September 30, 2015 (Windows), August 23, 2016 (Wii U)


GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.


Take on the role of Klaymen Tommynaut, and escape the alien fortress named Armikrog.

Unused Graphics

Hmmm...
To do:
Sketch versions of four characters that need to be pieced together somehow. These are smaller and arranged differently in the Wii U release.
Armikrog-Pause.png Armikrog-SaveGame.png

Two placeholder icons for a pause menu and save function.


Armikrog-ScalyTemp.png

A placeholder sketch of a pink scaly room with points of interest labelled from A to E.


Armikrog-Plank1PTemp.png Armikrog-PlankPanoramaTemp.png Armikrog-PlankRotateTemp.png

Three placeholder sketches relating to plank gimmicks. In order, they are named Plank1PTemp, PlankPanoramaTemp, and PlankRotateTemp.


Armikrog-Height-Reference-1.png Armikrog-Height-Reference-2.png

Armikrog-Height-Reference-3.png Armikrog-Height-Reference-4.png

Four reference graphics for various platform heights in a puzzle.


Armikrog-Placeholder-Platforms.png

Placeholder platforms meant to be used with the height references above.


Armikrog-Temp-Door.png

A placeholder door graphic.

Hidden Background Image Details

Hmmm...
To do:
More, and ID each location.
Background Image Foreground Overlay
Armikrog-Hidden-MDF.png Armikrog-MDF-Mockup.png

Some raw production materials are visible in the background image of this scene. There are other images of a similar nature, though the unseen portions in those are not as interesting. Additional production materials can be seen in the foreground overlay itself.

(Source: Original TCRF research)