Samphi is primarily a story driven RPG set in a randomly generated, destructible sandbox universe. You will fight across many randomly generated levels, craft, build, level up and collect gear. Most importantly; you play the game how you decide. With 2 game modes, story & freeplay, you can either play through my story or create your own.

Story - Samphi is a story about a relationship between 'boy' and 'girl'. Through re-living memories along the timeline of their relationship (all set in sandbox, randomly generated environments) you will learn their story. To do so you will have to master the art of crafting, survival, building and combat.

Freeplay - In freeplay mode the world is yours. There is no goal, just sandbox goodness. Create your own world, live your own story and use your skills to survive.

Samphi is going to soon be in an alpha funding stage and so you can get a good idea of what the game is going to become and grab yourself an early copy at a discounted price.

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DaleGreen. Nov 6 2013, 12:40pm said:

Okay here we have the same-ish game scene mirrored that shows the difference between pre-alpha and alpha graphics.

Everything in the game has had it's graphics recreated but this is a good example of the differences. Hopefully you like the graphics style. I find that's my comfortable style and I've enjoyed teaching myself to draw through the process of creating this game. Before Samphi I'd never done any artwork!

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EliteHunter39 Nov 7 2013, 3:08am replied:

Pre-Alpha looks realistic while the Alpha looks a bit more 8-bit.
Now THAT I like.

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DaleGreen. Nov 7 2013, 7:41am replied:

Good! Me too :)

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Here's a quick demonstration of some of the graphics updates done to the alpha.

Nov 6th, 2013
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