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Escape the Labyrinth - 3D

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Author: TheBumpkin

Group: Default

Filesize: 130.68 kB

Date added: 2014-03-06

Rating: 8.7

Downloads: 5893

Views: 618

Comments: 13

Ratings: 20

Times favored: 2

Made with: Algodoo v2.1.0


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TheBumpkin's Dippy 3D Maze Game

Wind your way through the dark corridors of a dungeon like labyrinth in first person view searching for a way out. Drop markers to keep track of where you have been or cheat by taking a look at the complete maze in the Editor. The Editor can also be used to create and share your own mazes (see in scene Author's Notes for details).

This is my first attempt at scripting something resembling 3D in Algodoo. I learned quite a bit along the way. Look for more interesting 3D content in the future. For now, enjoy!
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I have just one thing to say about this.... WOW!

Well, actually, I do have more to say about it. I too am interested in 3D type scenes in Algodoo, and I have made a few of them myself. And so I know how challenging to design they can be. This scene is quite interesting. It took me a while to understand how to play the game and how to use the control keys, but soon I was navigating around the maze fairly well.

I think that a nice addition to this scene would be a small map (sort of like a heads-up display) that lets you know where you have been. I don't know how difficult that would be to program, but I believe that it would be a nice feature.

I will subscribe to you as soon as I'm done with this comment.
Keep up the great work! :tup:
ultra cool!_o_
Oh. My. God.

I have to say, with no exaggeration, this is THE greatest scene I have ever seen on Algobox. I've seen some fantastic cars, trucks, guns, airplanes, and so on.... But this is absolutely, hands down, the greatest scene on Algobox.

Do I even have to say it.... 10/10 _o_
Awesome. :tup: :tup:
Top level of scripting! 10! _o_
You should ask for featuring this. No doubt.
How do this can be true, I wanted to try something like that in all my life with algodoo and even in my dreams I could never have done this. Deamn, I would want to rate this scene with a million, but I can only rate 10! AWESOME!
_o_ _o_ _o_ _o_ _o_
This is so great, you used no textures for the gradient, you took the effort of programming it again and in Algodoo, you made a map editor, you made a map loader and whatnot! This is amazing on it's own, and considering you made it in Algodoo it's godly! The only, and I mean THE ONLY small little problem is that the trigger OnClick buttons are a bit unaligned with the grey buttons. It might be my own computer's loading glitch, but otherwise, 10/10!
Sorry for such a short comment, but
This is amazing! _o_
X-cellent work. Keep on going!