Jan 11, 2010 at 6:02 PM
Edited Mar 8, 2010 at 6:38 PM
Update: The game has been released!
You can view info and screenshots along with the actual download here: http://www.moddb.com/games/flight-of-the-strihuhn
Any feedback is welcome, as long as you don't give away the 'clue' of the survey. :-)
Thanks in advance for playing, and many thanks to genbox for helping with the physics problems!
Flight of the Strihuhn is my first XNA/Farseer Physics game. In short, it's a tiny platform game for all ages with a little but overweight bird as the protagonist. It will be released at the end of february 2010. Complementary to just being fun to work on,
I created this game for a purpose. It will contain a (small) ingame survey about certain gameplay elements. This is all part of a university project (the collected data from the surveys will be presented in a university paper). So there's quite some
pressure to get the job done ;-)
At the moment, the game is 60% completed. Here are some blog posts about the game:
To the creators of the Farseer engine: Thanks a lot for making this great physics engine available to the public! So far, both the engine as its documentation were a real delight to use.
Any remarks/suggestions/questions are more than welcome. :-)
I'll post an update soon!