This is my first game made with TypeScript and of course babylon.js . This “aMAZ[e]ing” game is a kind of escape game in FPS view. For the moment, the game is not very advanced, but it is possible to test here the demo with its 3 levels:
Starting from basic knowledge of TypeScript and discovering babylon.js (and Blender, nodejs and many more 3d design and web technologies), it was a long journey rich in teaching (learning new technologies, and also not giving up when you’re stuck for a whole week on a technical point ) to get to something “presentable”.
I would like to thank the community for their direct and indirect help, I can’t count the hours spent on this forum , I also thank the babylon.js team who do an… amaz[e]ing job ! babylon.js is an incredible engine for creators of all kinds to express their ideas! Thank you very much!
Feel free to give me feedback on the game so that I can improve it! Thank you!
Here are some screenshots of the game:
It is truly amazing!
I did the first stage and the hotel (in 2:30) …super fun (what is the use of the batteries?)
Thank you very much for the feedback !!
In the hotel level, you can recharge the lantern with the batteries so you can use it longer. But, depending on the brightness of your screen, the lantern is not really useful in this level . There are still a lot of “details” like this one to refine!
Playing this game in a dark room really filled me with suspense and I raced to get out as fast as possible! Excellent work and perfect theming.
Very nice! I liked the bats xD It took me a second to figure out how to get pick up a keys, I was clicking E on them like mad. Then I went back and did the tutorial level
This is wonderful. The music and lighting really create a mood.
Consider using a loading progress indicator to make sure the user knows to hang in there when the level is loading. Maybe callbacks from the AssetsManager can help with that.
Thank you for your feedback !
I notice that the tutorial level is really helpful
Thank you very much !
You’re absolutely right about the missing loading progress indicator, I’m adding this improvement to the top of my TODO list for the next version!
Awesome Man! So cool. So exciting. So great!
Thank you very much! It’s very motivating to read comments like this!