New 360° multi-path game build 100% in Pano2VR

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Joined: Tue May 11, 2010 9:03 pm

Sat May 02, 2020 10:41 pm

Hi all!

If you are interested, here is a new non-linear multi-path educational game completely build in Pano2VR!

Hats off and a huge thanks to the whole team at Garden Gnome for their support!

Built for students, so it's free to play and explore, no ads, ect. Just explore and learn!
It also uses the latest version of the super-cookie feature so you can close your browser and return to your adventure.

This is a brief description of the experience:
In Surviving Extinction you get to choose from a set of modern day animals and then try to chart a path through time up to it from 350 million years ago to today. You take on the roles of the different animal groups in each of the unique environments along the way. The adventure steps through 15 different pre-historic time periods using multiple path opportunities and uses re-created 360° environments from 350 million years ago to the present. It also includes detailed real-world expedition sites to discover, hidden keys to find, challenges to solve, and deadly predators to avoid, all wrapped up in a choose your own adventure experience.

You will need to experience it on the computer as it is not optimized for mobile devices.

You will also need to use Chrome or Firefox as your browser!
Note: It’s not optimized for Safari browsers or mobile devices!
(FYI - Testing has shown "a complete adventure" can range from 1 - 3 hours! )

Surviving Extinction

Thanks all!
Hope you Enjoy!
Please try to stay safe and healthy!
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Joined: Tue Sep 29, 2015 12:20 pm
Location: France, Bourgogne

Sun Nov 22, 2020 5:51 pm

C'est surement très bien mais le téléchargement est vraiment trop long chez moi j'ai un débit de 50 Mbps et après prés de 2 minutes j'en suis au dinosaure qui court dans une petite fenêtre !!!!
It's probably very good but the download is really too long at home I have a speed of 50 Mbps and after nearly 2 minutes I'm at the dinosaur running in a small window !!!!
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