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Jan 4, 2009 | 1:23 AM EST

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Hey Again Everyone!

TripSpace is the direct result of my desire to learn a little about making a Pseudo 3D Game.
It started out as a friendly competition with a buddy of mine, but it's grown into a full featured game.

Controls:
Mouse to Fly
Mute Button to Mute. :p

Hope you enjoy it. :)
Please leave feedback, as it's always greatly appreciated.

I Highly recommend playing on Brutal Mode!

~Alex

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mofongo9mofongo9

Rated 4 / 5 stars January 4, 2009

not bad

not bad at all, but the depth was a little off and it seemed like a less well made version of the missile game 3d. this is cool--try to make a more original concept out of it with better depth.


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the-people100the-people100

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 4, 2009

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i acutaly did good on a game that means i love this game it was addicting



VforVillainVforVillain

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars January 4, 2009

lol

man im so high and i just played this game and it fucken tripped me out, but yea the music is ridiculous and half the time i couldn't see shit because the colours are to similar.


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CrzrshnCrzrshn

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 4, 2009

WHOA!!!

thats so trippy mann!!!
it never gets boring and you feel dizzy the whole time!!!
i love this game!!!
(i tried it on brutal...didnt work out too well. lol)


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SiCuriousSiCurious

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars January 4, 2009

Great fun and so bright!

Before TripSpace there was a chance I might go and get a job... Now, however, I don't think I'll ever leave this house. This is a seriously fun and playable game, I could play it all day. I love the colours and the handling, trying to build up multipliers and sneak through the red gaps... ouch! Nice work, my friend, added to faves.

On a side-note, could you tell me how you learned this awesome 3D programming..? I am trying to develop a game which uses a similar control interface but I have no idea where to start. Book or tutorial recommendations would be awesome :D

Cheers man


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