Here’s a video to celebrate all the incredible artwork we received for the EBF Monster Fanart Contest in October. We got such an overwhelming amount of amazing entries that judging was very difficult, and we were only able to showcase a fraction of all the artwork in the winners and runners up categories.
You can view all the submitted artwork with artist’s comments and links in the #contest channel on the Epic Battle Fantasy Discord Server.
The Steam Autumn Sale is now on, and you can get the EBF Collection for 30% off, EBF5 for 40% off, and EBF4 and BH2 for 65% off until November 29 10AM Pacific.
The prices for our games are planned to go up at the start of next year, so now is a good time to grab them for the old cheaper price! And please don’t forget to leave reviews for the games on Steam while you’re at it 😉
Hey guys, you may have noticed that I added a progress bar on this website for the EBF5 iOS port. The game already works perfectly on my iPhone 11!
I managed to play the game for 9 hours before the batteries died, which I think is pretty good. I didn’t notice any performance issues, and even the experimental “Turbo Mode” runs very smoothly. I’m glad I updated the game to 20:9 aspect ratio too – it looks really good with the extra space.
I need to move a few UI elements around slightly to accommodate the iPhone notch and home bar, but that’s been pretty simple so far. Next up is getting in-app purchases, ads and cloud saving working – I don’t think I’ll have to change my code much for this, it’s more a case of doing some complicated configuration in Apple’s tools. It was quite a pain on Google Play, but all the steps seem very different on iOS, so I have no idea how it’s going to go.
If there’s no major issues, it could be ready for beta testing in a couple of weeks!
Winners of the EBF Monster Fanart Contest are finally here! Thanks again to everyone for submitting art and taking part in the contest, we received so much absolutely amazing artwork from all of you and we love celebrating your creativity!
Winners will receive prize money from a pool of £300 to be split between the top 5 entries, as well as 2 games or soundtracks of their choice (not including games/ports in development) on the platform of their choosing.
You can click the images to view full sized versions, but they might take a while to load as some are quite big. You can view all entries in the contest channel on the EBF Discord Server.