[C#] Planar Force

Started by winkio, April 27, 2010, 05:15:54 pm

Previous topic - Next topic


April 27, 2010, 05:15:54 pm Last Edit: April 27, 2010, 06:10:11 pm by winkio
Spoiler: ShowHide


Planar Force is a 3D puzzle-platformer game based around the rotation of gravity.  The player can rotate gravity alonng the 6 axes in order to traverse their way through levels and puzzles.

This game was made from scratch completely in C# using XNA.  The models were done in Autodesk 3DS Max.


this is quite simply an awesome idea. ROTATING GRAVITY wow that has to take  a lot of thinking to stop people from simply free lancing it to the goal, though if they can do that they must be pretty awesome
I no longer keep up with posts in the forum very well. If you have a question or comment, about my work, or in general I welcome PM's. if you make a post in one of my threads and I don't reply with in a day or two feel free to PM me and point it out to me.<br /><br />DropBox, the best free file syncing service there is.<br />


Yeah, it tooks us about 2 months of playing around with level design (while working on coding the game) to figure out how to make challenging levels that couldn't be easily circumvented.  Of course, we didn't have enough time to make all of them, but whatever.  Experience is good.

By the way, everything, except for how it handles animations, was custom coded, by our group, and I did the majority of the coding.  The code is the real product of the project, not the gameplay.  If we would have had more time (2 more months), gameplay would have been MUCH better, but oh well.


When do we get to play? :x


very soon, assuming the installer works and you have an XBOX 360 controller that plugs into a USB port...


It's for PC, right?

BTW, what does "Rating: E" mean?
Check out Daygames and our games:

King of Booze 2      King of Booze: Never Ever
Drinking Game for Android      Never have I ever for Android
Drinking Game for iOS      Never have I ever for iOS

Quote from: winkioI do not speak to bricks, either as individuals or in wall form.

Quote from: Barney StinsonWhen I get sad, I stop being sad and be awesome instead. True story.


Meaning any age can play it. E for everyone.


April 28, 2010, 08:53:31 am #7 Last Edit: May 30, 2010, 11:01:23 am by winkio
Quote from: Blizzard on April 28, 2010, 02:58:30 am
It's for PC, right?

Yes, although if I had an XNA Creator's Club account, I could also build it for XBOX.  It all would work on XBOX, I just don't have the account (because it's expensive).

And yes, E is the game rating.

EDIT: While I would like to put the game up for people to play, I don't have the time, and very few people would actually be able to play it.  I'm probably going to delete this thread.