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!
This is the brand new PUPPET v2.0 (Windows), which includes many new features and hopeful bug fixes! Please note that I was unable to test the game again after adding some new stuff, so if it doesn't work, contact me and I will remove this download and replace it later. Play with headphones and a mouse! Prefers 64-bit Windows XP-7. Windows 8 support may be a lot better now. I have more information that may fix it for you. Click "read more" to view the possible solution. I really hope you like this :).
I am terribly sorry about this, but it seems that Blender games occasionally don’t support Windows 8, especially on computers with AMD graphics cards. Following advice on BlenderArtists.com, I have discovered that the main culprit is most likely not having the Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable Package, which for some reason does not always come pre-loaded with Windows 8. You can download the package for free at the Microsoft website.
The only other possible solutions could be:
Running in compatibility mode for Windows 7
-Running as an administrator
-Updating/installing OpenGL drivers
-Installing .NET/S2008 frameworks
But these last ones are a stretch, to say the least. I do not fully know what is going on, and have only tested with one working Windows 8 computer. The final (possible) fixes are probably not worth your time, but feel free to try them if you want. However, the C++ fix is very much worth your time, as it worked on the one opportunity I had to try it. I am incredibly sorry for any inconvenience and incompatibility.