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Two Undertale Fans Are Recreating Undertale in 3D

Undertale came out last year and blew gamers away, while being a simple 2D game with dated graphics, it's gameplay, music and humor won the hearts of countless gamers all over the world and has created a huge fan following in a short time, and is regarded as one of the best games of 2015.

When a game gets a lot of fans, that, of course means that there are going to be a lot of mods and fan-games surfacing around.

While the original Undertale is a 2D top-down game, two fans are creating their own versions of Undertale.

The first one, is being made by a Russian indie developer called Edik Zykov, who has a website called "Eddy's Warehouse".

This fan-game is being called "Undertale 3D", and remakes the world of Undertale with 3D gameplay, while still offering the same 2D graphics. The game is not a full remake of the original, instead, features a story made by Edik himself, in which the world of Undertale has been turned into 3D by an evil entity, who plans to use this as a way to getting inside the real world.

After news of this remake started circulating, Markus Persson, the creator of Minecraft, was quick to tweet a pun:

You can follow the project on Edik Zykov's official website 'here'.

While a release date or a lot of info is not given out yet regarding the project, Edik has released some images that you can feast your eyes upon.

The second 3D fan-game is being created by a 'GameJolt' user called '000RedX000'.

This one remakes Undertale in full 3D graphics, unlike the one by Edik Zykov which features 2D graphics.

It is being created on Unity and the developer has stated that it will not be a full game, and will only recreate the opening sequence of the game, uptill the point where the protagonist meets Flowey. It is only meant to be a demo, although no release date has been given, instead the developer wrote he's "bad with schedules, dates and stuff".

You can follow the project on it's page, 'here'.

Here are some images from the project's page, stating it's a work in progress and it is unplayable as of now:

Eventually, one project is a fan story, while the other is just a demo that will just recreate the opening sequence in 3D. However, it's not wrong to assume now that there will indeed be a full remake of the game coming out some day, whether official or by a fan.


Muhammad Junaid

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Published On Entertainment Ghost At Friday, January 15, 2016