Great use of pv3d !
You should all pop on over and see it for yourself at : Link
Posted in Games, Papervision, Websites, tagged Brian Kadar, FREEDOM + PARTNERS, Papervision3D, Papervision3D Games, Papervision3d websites, Pear Jam ten game, Pearl Jam, Pearl Jam ten on March 26, 2009|
From Brian Kadar, over at Freedom + Partners, comes a site that will surely climb to your top favorites. It has a really refreshing take to online music and interactivity and uses Papervision3d to greatly improve the experience! Congratulations on job brilliantly done!
And as hint once you start the game, press P+J+(0-9) to unlock the tracks and see the visualizer. 😉
Remember you heard here first.
From DEVM-Games, comes a very cool game of TILT, a tried and proven concept in the real world ported brilliantly to Papervision3D. With nice physics and perfect gameplay this is one of the best examples of Papervision3D for games out there.
Be sure to check it out here: http://devm-games.com/#tilt
From Oliver Astrologo, over at Studio Hangloose comes a great toy and a brilliant example of how cool Papervision3D and FLAR can be. I won’t tell you more you’ll have to try it yourself! I’ll say though it very very cool, congrats Oliver!
Check it out here: http://www.studiohangloose.it/en/blog/436/augmented-reality/
Here’s a nice xmas game ( I know a bit late again ) from Joseph Huang here’s his say:
The premise of the game is that “It’s been a tough year for Santa Claus, so you better watch out!”
Some unique aspects of the game:
– Unlike the typical over-the-shoulder third person view, the camera is in front of the player looking back.
– Player moves across the surface of a small planet instead of a flat ground for infinite playing surface and interesting perspectives.
– Because of the above two aspects, skills that help for game play is good use of peripheral vision and memory of where objects are.
So be sure to check it out: http://www.bajibot.com/xmas2008
Developer: Joseph Huang
3D Model Animation: Mart Yu, Claire Chang
Character Design: Yiju Chen
Art Direction: Vincent Mei, Anthony Santos
Concept: Lauren Brooks, Nari Kim and all of the above.