TRI is a first-person 3D game with environmental puzzles and an immersive atmosphere. Experimentation is the key, thus players can create their own geometry to solve puzzles and reach hidden places in weird constructions. Features: * freestyle 3D platformer * build triangles to overcome abysses, reach unknown places, and walk on the walls and the ceiling * reflect light rays, dangerous lasers and floating spirit creatures * explore the halls and dungeons of TRI, collect treasures and solve puzzles

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booman
booman Feb 15 2012, 5:59pm says:

Great Video! I really love the lighting effects, interactive triangles & textures....
Looks like a very original concept...
I hope the levels will have interesting environments as you continue production....
Awesome Job!

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rottenhedgehog
rottenhedgehog Feb 26 2012, 3:07pm replied:

Thanks for your replies. That's great to read!
Of cause we try to do as much interesting environment as possible, because one of the game's emphasis is exploration.

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You can now watch a gameplay test for our first-person game TRI. Please be aware that the graphics have to wait and are still placeholders!!

In the current state of the game the triangles can be used as platforms and as mirrors in order to reflect light rays (so they activate triggers which open gates). You can also guide our little ghosts ("Kami"), and try to walk on walls thanks to the tris.

The level here is just a testlevel, so we can try the various gameplay elements. For the full game, expect environments nicer to look at. ;)

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Demonstration
Date
Feb 15th, 2012
Length
02:05
Filename
tri2_2012-02-15_17-34-12-94.mp4
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