Meal Escape is a survival/platformer/runner game.
Give a sigh of life to the most representative meals of each country to escape from people who eat too much.
You can to put yourself in the shoes of these cute meals, using their own skills, to escape from the restaurants creating all the possible chaos! Because the chaos is fun (and as we will also see, sometimes it is practical).
At the begining of 2016, Krist Alcázar, a game programming teacher, was challenged by a student to create a model based on photogrammetry and animate it seamlessly. He accepted the challenge and he promised to do it over the weekend (because it happened on friday).
He was thinking about what thing he could do it. And thinking, he turned his head towards the kitchen and saw a leg of cured ham… we have to remember that he lives in Spain.
That led him to do the photogrammetry, rig the model and make a small demo for mobile, where with a slide, the leg of ham ran through a terrain. The result was a bit creepy but at the same time intoxicating and very funny. That gave him a great idea to make meal escape…
So he decided to propose to some students to make some game assets for this idea. It took them 3 months doing it on spare time. After that the idea took strength and Krist Alcázar decided to review it to carry it out and look for financing to develop it.
Have fun doing the hooligan without limits:
Cosmito Games is a independent game studio that was born to create its first game Meal Escape. The purpose of this company is to bring to the people different games that not contribute the kill/dead games fashion.
As the background and experience of the Cosmito Games’ creator with digital/interactive arts, we want to make fully interactive experiencies. We think that everything on a scene can react to your inputs and change the game’s progression. We want to transmit to the players the full experiencie through all the possible ways of the game with the only goal of having fun.
Creator and full solo development
3d and concept artist
3d artist and integration