NEWS / Killmonday Games

The Story Behind: Essi

29/03/2022
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Hello! Jessica here, also known as Essi. I started my journey at Killmonday games as primarily a 2D artist working on backgrounds, close-ups, and other art-related things for Little Misfortune. With the new project I’ve mostly graduated to working in 3D, but I occasionally work on 2D concepts as well.  My path towards making games has never been clear-cut. I’ve always had a passion for drawing as well as games in general, but as a kid, I never thought I could seriously pursue it as a career. I’ve struggled with a lot of self-doubt and insecurities regarding my art, as…

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The Story Behind: Oscar Pettersson

25/02/2021
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Hey, y’all! I want to start this by saying hello to everyone. My name is Oscar and I’ve been working as a programmer on Killmonday for about half a year now. My work has been entirely on the new project, which I don’t think has been announced yet so I can’t tell you much about it. But it is going to be amazing of course, you have fun things to look forward to. Working with games is something that I’ve wanted to do since I was a kid. I’ve always loved playing games and getting immersed in adventures and I…

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The Story Behind: Angelika Przybyl

26/12/2020
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CONCEPT ARTIST Hello Hi!Angelika here! (^v^)/ I have always loved to draw from an early age but I started my professional art journey at the age of 18. I decided to follow my passion and give it my all because it was the only thing I wanted to do. Almost my entire life I have battled with insecurities about myself and my art – that soul-eating feeling of never being good enough – so it was tough for me. Sometimes I felt very mentally drained and even felt like quitting. However, my fear of not working with something creative was…

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Little Misfortune Mobile – OUT NOW!💖

13/02/2020
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Let’s make the screens sparkle, because today Little Lady Misfortune is entering the mobiles! ✨ We are so excited!!! Little Misfortune is an interactive story, focused on exploration and characters, both sweet and dark, where your choices have consequences. Starring Misfortune Ramirez Hernandez, an imaginative 8-year-old, who seeks the prize of Eternal Happiness, as a gift to her Mommy. Led by her new friend, Mr. Voice, they venture into the woods, where mysteries are unraveled and a little bit of bad luck unfolds. Sharing the same universe with the cult video game Fran Bow, created by the visionary dev-duo Killmonday…

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The intention of video games

25/07/2019
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By Natalia Martinsson. When we started creating video games back in 2012, I had this huge urge to question and understand the meaning of creating them. Long before making video games, I actually created tons of tiny real-life games. I remember this game we had with my friends. It only required a place where to sit and a blanket. The idea was to sit in a row and get the blanket over our heads. Then I would start narrating whatever it came to mind. I remember certain situations where we were inside tunnels invaded by spiders, driving cars on dangerous…

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Killmonday Games Growing Up!

03/09/2018
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Hello lovelies! We hope you are all well.     The first week of September has just begun and just today we’re altogether six(!) people working at the Killmonday Games. Natalia and Jessica are working on the art for Little Misfortune, Isak and Harald programming, Alexandra is continuing to port Fran Bow to Unity3D, and then there’s me, Elsa, writing this. And a lot of other things, actually…     With a full packed office we’re hoping that Little Misfortune can gain progress in maximum speed. Right now main focusis on the trailer, that is planned for release in November. And…

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The secret game and our new workplace!

14/12/2017
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Hello sweet cuties! We hope you are feeling awesome! We are doing pretty good and we’re really excited for all the things that we have been doing.At the moment the development of “the secret game” is going great!Isak as usually is taking care of the programing and music.Since we changed from Game Maker to Unity, Isak has got some stuff to learn but it looks like he is all in with Unity!And I, Natalia, I’m taking care of the design, art and animations.This time Isak and I has been co-writing the story, so it’s quite new to us, but it…

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