Profile

Cover photo
117 followers|25,442 views
AboutPostsPhotosVideos

Stream

Glass Bottom Games

Shared publicly  - 
 
Hot Tin Roof is currently 25% off!

Hot Tin Roof is 25% off on Steam right now. If you don’t get it, the kitties will cry :(
Hot Tin Roof is 25% off on Steam right now. If you don't get it, the kitties will cry :(
1
1
Tomasz Mazurek's profile photo
Add a comment...

Glass Bottom Games

Shared publicly  - 
 
Hot Tin Roof is out on Steam! Metroidvania, clues, exploration, revolver, and a cat in fedora! http://store.steampowered.com/app/253390/
2
4
Michael Nielsen's profile photoAlen Ladavac's profile photo
Add a comment...

Glass Bottom Games

Shared publicly  - 
 
I can’t help myself. Gonna put ties on all the tiny animals. Now I need an excuse to put a tie on a pigeon.
I can't help myself. Gonna put ties on all the tiny animals. Now I need an excuse to put a tie on a pigeon.
1
Add a comment...

Glass Bottom Games

Shared publicly  - 
 
This is a shot from one of the veeerrrry first areas in the game. Cozy, eh?
This is a shot from one of the veeerrrry first areas in the game. Cozy, eh?
1
Add a comment...

Glass Bottom Games

Shared publicly  - 
 
This is a save point. There are random inter-dimensional portals to a pristine bathroom. It’s like Ernest Hemingway’s “clean, well-lit place” but for doing your business. We originally thought about theming the bathrooms to the regions / making them be…
This is a save point. There are random inter-dimensional portals to a pristine bathroom. It's like Ernest Hemingway's "clean, well-lit place" but for doing your business. We originally thought abou...
1
Add a comment...

Glass Bottom Games

Shared publicly  - 
 
Getting our backer reward characters right has been a bit tricky. In this case, the backer sent us a picture of him in a black coat, light pants, dark top – so this is how we transformed him into a Boxian. Is it precise? Well, no, because Boxians lack…
1
Add a comment...
In their circles
1 person
Have them in circles
117 people
Vision-Strike-Ware.com LLC's profile photo
BestOnlineRPGgames.com : BORPG.com's profile photo
Alexander Schneider's profile photo
Joerg Reisig's profile photo
Thomas Tellner's profile photo
Diana Fisler's profile photo
Ronny Scherer's profile photo
John Paul Sherman's profile photo
Dan Weatherman's profile photo

Glass Bottom Games

Shared publicly  - 
 
This is a picture of the “Hot Tin Roof” restaurant, an actual restaurant that annoyingly pops up when searching for our game. Or at least it was. Now it’s the canon restaurant inside Ossified Egg, behind the door that the Concierge won’t let you use. THIS…
This is a picture of the "Hot Tin Roof" restaurant, an actual restaurant that annoyingly pops up when searching for our game. Or at least it was. Now it's the canon restaurant inside Ossified Egg, ...
1
Add a comment...

Glass Bottom Games

Shared publicly  - 
 
Well gosh. Hot Tin Roof is Coming Soon on Steam now. IT'S GETTING REAL Y'ALL: http://store.steampowered.com//app/253390

(every reshare or Steam wishlist means another kitty gets its fedora)
2
7
Tomasz Mazurek's profile photoTim Mensch's profile photo
Add a comment...

Glass Bottom Games

Shared publicly  - 
 
… and here’s a snazzy teaser trailer! If you’re a Writer/YouTube’er that needs a code, contact me, we’ve got a whole pile of them that need good homes. :D
... and here's a snazzy teaser trailer! If you're a Writer/YouTube'er that needs a code, contact me, we've got a whole pile of them that need good homes. :D
1
Add a comment...

Glass Bottom Games

Shared publicly  - 
 
This doesn’t look like much, until you notice who ISN’T in the shot. Game gets really lonely feeling when you disable Franky.
This doesn't look like much, until you notice who ISN'T in the shot. Game gets really lonely feeling when you disable Franky.
1
Add a comment...

Glass Bottom Games

Shared publicly  - 
 
This is what we’re doing right now – tweaking the mess that is the world we’ve created. It all plays great, but in edit mode, it’s… a tad incomprehensible. Behold, the view most of the team will have for the next month!
This is what we're doing right now - tweaking the mess that is the world we've created. It all plays great, but in edit mode, it's... a tad incomprehensible. Behold, the view most of the team will ...
1
Add a comment...

Glass Bottom Games

Shared publicly  - 
 
This isn’t an area that’ll be in the final game, or at least not a whole area – it was me experimenting with bashing tilesets into eachother. This is our Old World tileset alongside our Industrial tileset, which gives the impression of an industrialized…
This isn't an area that'll be in the final game, or at least not a whole area - it was me experimenting with bashing tilesets into eachother. This is our Old World tileset alongside our Industrial ...
1
Add a comment...
People
In their circles
1 person
Have them in circles
117 people
Vision-Strike-Ware.com LLC's profile photo
BestOnlineRPGgames.com : BORPG.com's profile photo
Alexander Schneider's profile photo
Joerg Reisig's profile photo
Thomas Tellner's profile photo
Diana Fisler's profile photo
Ronny Scherer's profile photo
John Paul Sherman's profile photo
Dan Weatherman's profile photo
Contact Information
Contact info
Email
Story
Tagline
We make awesome role-playing games
Introduction

(for development chat and such, circle up Megan Fox - our founder/programmer/etc).

Founded by a group of industry veterans, Glass Bottom Games is an independent studio based out of Denver, CO. Our primary purpose? We’re going make revolutionary role-playing games (that is, RPGs). We’re going to craft worlds driven by interactivity, exploration and choice that still feel “written” – and we’ll do it with a mixture of classic old mechanics (like day/night cycles and such) and entirely new approaches that you’ve never even heard of.

Now does that mean we’re going old-school? Nope. We aim for games that you can pick up and play without reading a massive manual.  Complexity and depth are two independent things, you can have serious depth of play without requiring an advanced degree in mathematics.  As for form, “RPG” doesn’t have to mean a click-fest, and our games might be anything from top-down button mashers to side scrolling platformers – but they’ll still be RPGs to their core.

… now that said, from time to time, we’ll make other games that have nothing whatsoever to do with the above. Why? Because it’s fun! We like narrative design in general, and plenty of game types can have narrative. So keep an open mind, and don’t go all cross-eyed if you see a casual game or a cover-based joke telling simulator or whatever with our name on it. We aim for quality, no matter what we make.