THIS IS THE COOLEST FUCKING IDEA FOR A VIDEO GAME I HAVE SEEN IN A LONG TIME
The idea of a puzzle game based around the idea of forced perspective just blows my mind, just watch the video. You will see what I mean.
You can download the demo here. You need to. I don’t care what you’re doing right now, you need to see this shit. It’s AMAZING.
Holy! What? What?! That last one.
Step aside, Portal. We got a new mind-bender up in here!
This is a really cool game mechanic!
Been messing with this for a while. Pretty neat, especially for a Unity Engine demo. I figured out a few neat tricks to expand and shrink the objects without hassle. This is something I would like to see expanded upon.
Also I don’t know if I’m doing it wrong but the one room with the window you have to jump through to exit doesn’t seem to work. Probably just a bug with the demo build.
Watched him walk away (watched him walk away) Climb the endless shadow side Watched him holding on (watched him holding on) (watched him walk away) It was a thousand years, a thousand miles, A thousand dreams, a thousand minutes With no goodbye
Disappear from me (a thousand miles, a thousand dreams, a thousand minutes) Hold on! As he climbed the highest peak of the dark mountain
Let the mountain sleep In the past with all our bad dreams
Was it a metaphor for all the subtle ways we would grow apart? Was it mortality?
Climbing and plunged right off of the edge of his life! Into the hands of a loving God, Oh reaching forward to get torn apart With his hands in the air, Was he laughing and dancing or only just trying to wave ‘Goodbye’!
Say a prayer for me (Hold on!) As he climbed the highest peak of the dark mountain Let the mountain fall Struck me down until I can’t go on
Let go! Let me fall down! onto! the ground
Don’t leave Go on alone
It felt like a thousand years It was a thousand miles away It was a thousand miles away
there are serously people in this day and age who do Not Tip, they say “oh i don’t tip” like it’s a charming character trait. don’t talk to these people. dont look at them. these people should be required to tell their waitresses that they don’t tip before service starts. let the chips fall where they may
I don’t tip if I get bad service.
I usually won’t either if the service is terrible, but that’s a tough one here in Maine because servers typically get paid half the minimum wage an hour because of tips.