Post news RSS A thank you to Noah's Jungle fans

38 downloads and a rating of 9.3! Thanks so much guys, keep it up!

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Since our download went up earlier this week we've had a total of 38 downloads. As a student group we're especially pleased with this.

When we first posted our game on indiedb we weren't sure if anyone would even notice the game at all. And now we have a rating of 9.3 and were on the front page! Keep up the support, keep the feedback flowing, and we will keep working to make Noah's Jungle an awesome experience.

Just a reminder, don't forget to check out our website,, "like" us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. Thanks for playing Noah's Jungle!


Great Job on Noah's Jungle. I was surprised how fun it was and interactive. You guys did a great job programming those monkeys to pack up the animals or attack. Good work. I like the funny dart shotgun too.
And it was fun shooting Rangers.
I also enjoyed the simple terrain and bump mapping with a toon shaded look.
Just overall enjoyed it.
Couple of concerns:
1. UDK would only play it in windowed mode and I tried Alt+Enter for full screen and had some artifacts.
2. The sloth looked kinda strange. At first I thought it was a scientist laying on the ground and crawling.

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Thanks so much for your feedback, I'll be sure to pass on your kind words to our programmer and artists.

In regards to your first point, we're currently working on a version that is full-screen to avoid this issue. I assume you're referring to the terrain dropping away when you maximise? It's a bug with the terrain in UDK and we're not sure if there's a way to fix it...

As for your second point... Sloths in disguise!


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No problem. You are all doing a great job. I can't wait to see the Tigers, Apes and the Shotgun. I was watching the videos and really love the UDK physics. Great Job. Looking forward to the update.

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you should add this to the UDK showcase

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