A Fan Builds His Own Incredible Attack On The Titan PC Video Game

Yeah, there were officials The attack of the Titans video games, but they never quite managed to fully capture the speed and scale of the spectacle. So, an indie developer thought he’d try make your own and publish it for free. What he did, and more.

Swammy details the story of his little project in this videoexplaining that what started out as a fun little experiment in early 2021 exploded after his girlfriend convinced him to post a short gameplay video on TikTok. An overwhelmingly positive response inspired Swammy to continue development of the demo, building on a rocking base across town by first adding Titans to battle, then, after a disastrous mix-up, cooperative multiplayer.

In January 2022, the game looked pretty good!

FREE ATTACK ON TITAN FAN GAME – TRAILER (Swammys AOT Fan Game)

As you can see, the main attraction of this game compared to the official versions is the swinging system, which in Swammy’s game is a lot faster and freer. If you played the recent Spider Man games, for example, you’ll be pretty much at home here, especially if you play this game in third person (it’s playable from a first or third person perspective).

In the middle of 2022, Swammy’s project had racked up millions of social media views and hundreds of thousands of downloads. And now it’s all exploding again because he announced that everything was going to be revamped as he tried to port it to Unreal Engine 5:

If you want to play the game as it exists today, you most certainly can, with download links available here. Note that while there are versions available for both PC and Android, the PC edition is the one that gets all the work, with the Android one now at its “final release,” after “constant harassment and threats” gave Swammy “no reason to continue working on it, for my own sanity.”

It’s super easy to download and start playing—although there is a video here if you need help— and after messing around with that this morning, I can relate to a lot of the fan hype. Sure, it’s pretty rough around the edges, and things like the interface are as simple as they come, but considering that this is an individual work, and how much the act of swinging around and stabbing things is fun, I think. It’s really cool.

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