Hi there! I'm Patrik a Independent Developer and Artist with a passion for creating immersive games and experiences. I recently completed my first 3D mobile game, Plague Nest, and I'm excited to share it with the world. As a developer and artist, my goal is to create games that are not only fun to play, but also visually stunning and emotionally resonant. I believe that games have the power to transport us to other worlds, to challenge our perceptions, and to connect us with others. In the future, I plan to collaborate with my brother, who is a professional animator and visual effects artist. Together, we can create truly breathtaking games and experiences that push the boundaries of what's possible. If you're interested in learning more about me or my work, please explore my portfolio or get in touch. I'm always excited to connect with fellow developers, artists, and gamers. Let's create something amazing together!
Step into the world of Plague Nest and experience a game like no other! With unique features, beautiful graphics, and design. You'll be tasked with catching every Rat before time runs out. Navigate through obstacles, dodge the hunting Plague Doctors, and use your senses to smell the rats and hide under objects. Help stop the overpopulation of rats in Medieval Europe and become one of the Cats who helped end the deadly disease. With customization options and many different levels to conquer, it's time to catch the rats and run home!
Catch and seek every rat before you run out of
Run, some rats are fast, and the Plage Doctors all the time, will cross your way, so run fast and escape
Destroy the burrows. It isn't necessary, but easier to catch the rat if nowhere to hide.
Hide, when the Plague Doctors surround you, may have to think about sheltering yourself under something.
In the Plague Nest you can find a Store where you can get new
Skins: Siamian, Calico, British Blue etc.
Hats: Yes, hats which cat is not cute in a hat? There is plenty of them, sure you can find what you will like.
During the bubonic plague outbreak in the dark ages, cats were wrongly blamed for spreading the disease. Plague doctors encouraged people to hunt and kill cats, causing a rise in the rat population, the true culprit behind the spread of the disease. Despite their helpful role in controlling the rodents, cats were persecuted for centuries. Only much later did scientists discover that fleas on rats were responsible for transmitting the plague. The misguided persecution of cats had a lasting impact on their population, and it took many years for them to regain their status as beloved pets.
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