Friday, December 5, 2008

Student IGF Release (Demo Version 0.3)

Finally packaged the student IGF Release Demo.
It will work on Mac and Windows platforms. 

Or you can download the Windows version (you need a Java Runtime Environment):

Some more Mirrors for downloading:

I've just tested it on my mum's Windows XP and it works. Don't know about Vista.
It has new game-play involved, and a new level design. Also, in this version you can complete the first level. Let me know what you think of it.


Unknown said...

Hi Bernie,
I like the new layout and the new dynamic - looks good!
Finding the little block jumps a bit tricky but guess I need more practice!

Good luck with the competition...

toby said...

Hi Mr B-Boy,

Gr8 job! ...and I am addicted to the gaming world again. After some hours I was already able to play through before Krisi could even finish the instant noodles.. though couldn't get the last heart enshrined in the thorns :-)

Can't wait for new levels - keep it up!


Anonymous said...

Hi! I love the style of the game, but unfortunately I'm running into problems playing it on my MacBook. When the game says to press "B", I do so but nothing happens.

Has anyone else run into this problem?


Anonymous said...

I figured it out. I just had to press 1, 2 nd 3 instead of X, Y and B.

Great job, Bernie! I can't wait until you finish!

Bernhard Schulenburg said...

Hi Adam,

the confusion with X,Y,B instead of 1,2,3 is because I had this demo version running at a party with people using game controllers instead of the keyboard. And there the buttons were X Y and B. And then I forgot to switch the build back to keyboard friendly feedback..

Sorry, my mistake..

Bernhard Schulenburg said...


I really !really! like your blog logo!

You should make a game using it!!

Unknown said...

Blogs are so informative where we get lots of information on any topic. Nice job keep it up!!

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Joel Schroyen said...

Just in case anyone wants to use this old version on vista/win 7.
Right click on .bat file > edit.

replace 'java' with the directory to your installation of java +.exe in quotes.

cd bin

"C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jre6\bin\java.exe" -

Djava.library.path=refs/native/win32 MyGame

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