Category Archives: Red Sun

Red Sun Prototype

It’s important to test early and test often in order to get the best product possible.

Prince Albert had one of the world’s largest diamonds, the Koh-i-Noor, repeatedly re-cut in order to get the perfect shine to it, and that’s what we’ll be doing with Project Red Sun. Unfortunately for Prince Albert, this constant re-cutting decreased the size of the diamond by 40%! So hopefully, we’ll have a better idea of when to stop polishing.

To do that, we’re working on a quick prototype app to test the trickiest bits of functionality (with a loveable Pirate Theme!).

We’ll keep you apprised of our prototype project and we edge our way closer to a successful launch!

 Fingers (and swords) crossed!

Prototyping the UI

Right now we’re prototyping some of the UI designs for Project Red Sun.

Being that we’re all visual folks here at Electronic Graffiti, it helps us to really have a vision that we can really aim towards. So I wanted to share our first UI sketch to show the feel of our UI for now.

iOS Simulator Screen Shot Feb 12, 2015, 12.28.27 AM

History of the Hyperiad Empire

Marcus Valerius Solus stood beside the Promethean Emperor at the Hyperion Nova when the First Emperor bent space and time to destroy the Hegemony home world. Marcus watched the star burned and and the 100 billion people that burned with it.

-Plinny Primus

The Promethean Fire

The Black Star

Te namesake and capital of the Hyperiad Empire is the Hyperion System, revolving around the remains of the main sequence star, Hyperion.

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Before the founding of the Hyperiad Empire, the Hyperion star system was the capitol of the Titanic Hegemony, the ruling body of mankind. During the Astromachy, the Promethean Emperor waged a war against the Titanic Hegemony that spanned across the galaxy and culminated in the Hyperion Nova, when the Promethean Emperor forced the sun of the Hyperion star system to go Super Nova and then rapidly collapse in on itself forming a black hole. Most of the remaining Hegemony forces, as well as the majority of the remaining Titan, were dragged into the gravitational pull of the remains of the Hyperion sun, ending the Astromachy.

After stabilizing the remaining black hole, the Promethean Empire decided to establish his capitol in the remains of the Hyperion system, constructing several artificial satellites to orbit the gravitational singularity at the center of the system.

History of the Hyperiad Empire

After the Standing of Holdencourt, Titus Furius and his 13th Legion were left stranded deep behind the front line. Without support of Hyperion Command, Titus was forced to lead his Legion through 112 Lightyears of Hegemony occupied space. Throughout the 10,000 year long  history of the Hyperiad Empire, such a feat has never since been accomplished. The march of Titus Furius and the Abandoned Thirteenth has become almost as legendary as the rise of the Promethean Emperor.

-Tantillius Varus

A March Across One Thousand Suns

The Horatians

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The Bridge of Piles almost afforded an entrance to the enemy, had it not been for one man, Horatius Cocles; he was the bulwark of defence on which that day depended the fortune of the Armies of the Hyperiad.

-Livia Auguria

Horatii

The Familius Horatius is one of the more prominent in the Hyperiad Empire. Counted among the Twelve Greater Houses, the Horations carry significant political influence, and several of their members have risen to the rank of Consular over the history of the Empire.

The founder of the family, Horatius Cocles, was an accomplished military commander who led the defense of the Bridge of Piles, during which the Titanic Hegemony almost over-ran the Imperial Armies. But through his skill and bravery, Horatius was able to disengage from the battle and make an orderly retreat, saving the lives of many of his soldiers. Although his descendants have never shared Horatius’s military inclinations, the Familius Horatius has maintained one of the larger and more capable fleets in the galaxy.

A fleet that must either be destroyed or co-opted by any of the galaxy’s would-be conquerors.

History of the Hyperiad Empire

No one really knows where the Promethean Emperor came from.

Some say he was sent as divine punishment to the Titanic Hegemony for its overweening hubris. Some say has was the abandoned son of Kronos Deverin and sought the overthrow of the Hegemony out of a desire for revenge. Some say he was a slave that rose up to slay his masters. But really it does not matter from whence the Promethean Emperor came, only that he did.

-Plinny Primus

The Promethean Flame

Announcing: Project Red Sun

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Project Red Sun is our latest project here at Electronic Graffiti, a space-themed strategy game focusing on optimizing a fleet of space ships as the player conquers the galaxy, all of which is optimized for phones and tablets.

We her at Electronic Graffiti are quite excited about this project and are really looking forward to sharing with you our progress throughout development.

Stay Tuned!

History of the Hyperiad Empire

Not all of the Twelve Great Houses have held their position since the foundation of the Hyperiad Empire. As Families jockey for influence and position, it is not unheard for a Major Family to lose favor or for a Minor Family to ascend the social ladder. Such families are called the Familia Novae.

-Plutarchus Maximinius,

The Rise of House Severan

History of the Hyperiad Empire

There can be no doubt that it was the Hyperion Nova that ended the Astromachy. The destruction of the Hyperion System crippled the Hegemony’s forces, and a greater number of the Titanic Hegemons themselves were killed at the time, the rest being scattered and stranded throughout the galaxy.

-Livia Auguria