A downloadable game for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux

Type your seed, and get an island. Take your time, relax, search for puzzles, and uncover mysteries.

This is a simple island generator. Work in progress and all that, but later I intend to merge this with new dungeon generation for Such Incomplete, Much Unfinished (if interested, see the dungeon generation here).



Controls

Click + drag to rotate around the island

Scroll to zoom in / out.

F3 to toggle FPS counter (Do let me know if it's low so I can fix it!)



If you see something interesting or want to hit me up, get in touch with me on Twitter at @llnesisll or via email at llnesisll@gmail.com.




Coming Soon

- collision volumes added around spawned objects, to be used to prevent intersection (I've done that before, so I thought I'd focus on more personally interesting stuff for the jam :p So sue me...)

- adding a dungeon or two underneath the island, with entrances at the ends of paths on the surface

More information

Published1 year ago
StatusIn development
PlatformsWindows, Mac OS X, Linux
Rating
(6)
Authornesis
GenreOther
Tags3D, Atmospheric, Colorful, Exploration, First-Person, low-poly, Procedural Generation, PROCJAM, Relaxing, Surreal
Average durationA few minutes
InputsKeyboard, Mouse
Player countSingleplayer

Download

Download
v6_Linux.zip (13 MB)
Download
v6_Mac.zip (11 MB)
Download
v6_Windows.zip (12 MB)

Comments

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very good game, but my pc its to bad


Thanks for playing! Yeah, I haven't gotten around to performance improvements I've been wanting to do u_u

A excellent game, good graphics and many exploration

Looks pretty cool! Can't wait to see how this game will turn out!

Thanks for playing! :) I'm glad you like it.

Hey, this game is really cool! Good work!

Thanks!

So beautiful. Its great that you can explore as well. I included it in my ProcJam compilation video series, if you'd like to check it out :)

Thanks for playing, Jupiter! I'm glad you like it.

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I also included it in an article of my favorites :) http://fireside.gamejolt.com/post/jam-favorites-procedural-generation-jam-cuupbhwv