Hello! I am a 2014 high school graduate, and a requirement for graduation at my school was to create a Senior Culminating project. I chose to create a short horror game using the Blender Game Engine. Each level of this game showcases more knowledge and skill that I have developed while working on this project, which began in May 2013. I released it February 8, 2014. Here is the premise: You wake up. You find yourself to be an old man, in some sort of science facility. You don't know who you are. But something else seems to, and it is playing with you. Explore the floors of the facility, collecting information about yourself, the entity hindering you, and ultimately, how to stop it. Enjoy!
I had time this summer to do the (probably final) update to this game.
puppet 2.0 is uploading!!
Wow, only one month, and PUPPET has already had over 800 downloads! You all are amazing, I never thought that this game would be anywhere close to being...
one month anniversary!
Hello! As this game gained in popularity, many people began to do play-throughs of it on YouTube. Which is SUPER awesome, I never expected it that it...
developer and friends reaction compilation!
I am working on creating a Linux version of my game. Also, I might be making a PDF of the level maps. For your convenience.
linux version in progress!!
A couple awesome people have made reaction videos, let's plays, and video reviews of PUPPET! This is so cool! I will post articles like this every once...
Several people gave me some advice on the game, which I took into account in a slightly modified version 1.0 which will be available very soon.
Yes. It will be done, and it should be online between 12 and 5:00 Pacific Time.
uploading this afternoon
Another quick update on my progress. I'm so close to done, I can almost picture myself hitting that upload button.
approaching deadline and system requirements
A quick update on the state of affairs surrounding my work-in-progress. With finals week approaching, I am still unsure if I will make the release date...
ahead of schedule?!?
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