Hi everybody !
What is up ?
Box instinct is a very simple concept: evaluate your instinct !
To achieve this, the game will offer a series of levels, where you’ll have to get the most “box points”.
And this, only following your instinct.
Box instinct is both a new VSIuO demonstration (the interactive scenes viewer),
and a participation entry for the XtreamContest Square Battle.
For the time being VSIuO is propulsed by the VWiV player.
For its final release, the player will be distributed in its new version.
What about the gameplay ?
It boils down to two main events: Move in space and get boxes.
- Through a 45 degrees camera vision, the trips are made by scrolling
(from left to right, top to bottom).
- Any interaction with objects is performed by pressing a button.
let’s talk a little about the graphic context
A grey scale world to not swing your instinct. This, in a 3D space…
Now, it's time for the screenshots!
Box Instinct, Démo V2.0
Download and more specifications about the game course.
First off you need to get the demo package available here and extract it to the MS root directory.
The package contains the demo and the VWiV player ready to use.
After lauching it on your psp and after the cool splash-screen,
Wait for the “Go! Signal” to move on the current level map.
Some boxes will be scattered on the map and your goal will be to gain points by avoiding
the boxes called "vortex boxes"
Normally, a box shall give you any number points. However,
if it hides a -Vortex-, you will jump to the next level.
Squares can also give you points,
but if it hides a -Down-, your score will be reset.
White panels indicate the number of -Vortex Boxes- on the map.
Black panels indicate the number of -Down Squares- on the map.
The panels also show which rows contain a malus.
The game commands
Cross : To select an object.
Left, Right, Up, Down : To move on the map.
Circle : Restart game (Available when the end-game will occur)
Currently, the demo has 5 levels – the addition of various levels is planned.
Thanks to lacrymosa æterna industry for corrections.