Dev Diary 5.1: Zero Visibility

This’ll be a quick one, covering some news and the bugs fixed by the Beta Patch.


cGh ONE has been approved as a Steamworks Partner, which means that the game should be ready to launch in a few weeks. Unfortunately, due to the thirty-day waiting period, Tyrannis will be pushed back to an early June release.

In more positive news, the Kickstarter Backer Factions and the Credits are implemented, which leaves only the Easter Eggs to be implemented. Continue reading “Dev Diary 5.1: Zero Visibility”


Dev Diary 5: Architects

Two updates in the same month? It’s more likely than you’d think. Then again, it’s one of the luxuries that come with being able to work from home.

Last thing we need is more bosses telling people that if they’re worried about getting sick, they can either go to work or not get paid.

But if there is any silver lining in this, it’s that the Tyrannis Beta has been updated thanks to people like you, and you can play it right now. Continue reading “Dev Diary 5: Architects”


Dev Diary 4: Efficiency And Progress Will Be Ours Once More

It’s been a while, hasn’t it? Two months later, one month to go, and the world’s changed, mostly for the worse.

On the bright side, development of Tyrannis has been largely unaffected. If anything, development is going faster.

Now, while most of us are still stuck at home, how about we take a look at the updates for Tyrannis? Continue reading “Dev Diary 4: Efficiency And Progress Will Be Ours Once More”


Dev Diary 2: It Happened Here

Tyrannis takes place in an alternate timeline, with a United States that is different from the one we all know and have varying opinions about.

Besides the alleged corruption and militarism, I’m pretty sure that our timeline’s America didn’t annex Canada, Mexico, Central America, South America, and the Caribbean that wasn’t Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and Guantanamo Bay Naval Base. And even if the US never ratified the United Nations Mercenary Convention, I’m pretty sure the US Army didn’t get replaced with mercenaries. Plus, I’m pretty sure the US flag doesn’t look like Betsy Ross somehow copied Nazi Germany’s.

Thing is, Tyrannis has all three of those things. So, to preemptively ask a question, how did this world end up in this mess? Well, we’re going to have to turn the clock back a couple centuries, give or take a couple decades. Continue reading “Dev Diary 2: It Happened Here”