Just a small update so that the locked doors that need to be passed through displayed the text "Locked" when used, indicating that they need to be unlocked...
It had been a long day at work, working in the city always had that outcome. I boarded the train as normal, heading westbound, heading home, and exhausted from the day I fell asleep ... ... When I awoke I found myself in a place I had never heard of nor seen before; I was surrounded by a sense of fear as I brought myself to my feet from the station platform and made my way, through the Red Avenue.
I was pleased to see that I had some comments so early after uploading, so a big thanks for that.
Noticing some comments about needing to noclip from some people, I can assure you that the levels can be completed without the use of the noclip function, I hear what people are saying about the exploration being somewhat difficult and there not being an obvious task, what can I say, trial and error, bad on my part for not having an earlier release.
I am in the process of uploading the first level, so you can replace the old bsp, this one will display that the two doors are locked, providing visual feedback that they need to be unlocked, rather than just doors that you cannot pass. In addition I have discovered a problem with when the manual release buttons become available to use and have fixed the problem, this fix is also in the new map file. As for the other tasks in the game, the idea of the project was to make the players think and work it out rather than have a task laid out infront of them to decypher, this is part of my academic work is based on, to see if it is a method that can ultimately be fun to play still, if it turns out its not, then the result of the research would be no, so it helps either way. As for it not being long, or very scary, thats not a priority for me right now as my University project isn't focused around that, I literally needed a catalyst for what I wanted to achieve.
I also managed to set the mod to say its been released, so you can now rate it.
Remember to complete the survey too if you have time, link on the previous news post :)