A Glimpse Beyond the Cosmos: Exclusive Screenshots of Indie Game ‘Aeon’s Ascent’

A Glimpse Beyond the Cosmos: Exclusive Screenshots of Indie Game ‘Aeon’s Ascent’

Welcome to a world where Divine Light and cosmic entities weave a story of epic proportions. As the creator of ‘Aeon’s Ascent,’ I am thrilled to take you on an exclusive visual journey through our upcoming indie game. Aeon’s Ascent is not just a card game; it’s a cosmic saga where strategy, fantasy, and technology collide.

Get ready to embark on a thrilling quest to liberate trapped divine light from the confines of the Material World. As you explore celestial battlefields and engage with mystical Archons, you’ll need to harness your strategic prowess and make pivotal choices. Every move you make can tip the cosmic scale towards victory or defeat.

Today, we’re thrilled to reveal a sneak peek into the realm of Aeon’s Ascent, with exclusive screenshots that illustrate the immersive world we’ve been passionately creating. These images offer a window into the intricate card designs, vibrant cosmic visuals, and the mesmerizing journey that awaits within Aeon’s Ascent.

Join us as we journey beyond the cosmos and reveal a world where strategy is your weapon, and wisdom is your guide.

Aeon’s Ascent is more than just a card game. Explore the Astral Assemblage universe in real-time 3d right from your browser with our level selection menus. The big plan for the galaxies, I’ll keep to myself for now, but each Galaxy, Star System and Planet has its own resources, which you can collect as you liberate each planet of the Hypostasis’s Control. The spheres in the screenshot above represent a galaxy in the Astral Assemblage universe. These are placeholders for the actual in-game Galaxy assets that are still under development.

Finally, you’ll select a planet to liberate, which is the final step before diving into the game proper. Very excited about how this screen has come out. Sure the stars are just placeholders, but the textures for each planet were generated using AI, and I’m pretty stoked about how they turned out. Over time I’ll add more textures and replace those spheres with better looking assets before shipping the game to stores.

If you like what you’ve seen so far, check out the short gameplay demo below! Follow, Like and Share if you want to help spread the word about what we’re doing here! Thanks for reading, and any comments, critiques, questions are always welcomed!