Naev is a 2D space trading and combat game, in a similar vein to Escape Velocity. Naev is played from a top-down perspective, featuring fast-paced combat, many ships, a large variety of equipment and a large galaxy to explore. The game is highly open-ended, letting you proceed at your own pace.
Part pinball machine, part 3rd person platformer “Robot Pinball Escape” puts you in the chrome shoes of Tilt, a scrappy transforming robot with a big dream of trying to beat a living pinball tournament to win a rocket-ship and escape to the land of his robo-dreams. Developed by the University of Utah’s EAE Master Games Studio Program, “Robot Pinball Escape” features Tilt, who can transform to play two ways: as a robot or a pinball in a world that focuses on two different planes, a pinball table which you must beat to access aerial platforming challenges.
You’ve just been sent down for the second time, and its time to start the struggle of making a name for yourself by dominating the cells on the inside, but still keeping it locked down on the outside world.
You have the ability to murder, mug, join inside gangs, create your own inside gang or just stay as a lone serial killer taking out anyone that comes in your way to the top. You thought it was bad last time?
The Escape From City 17 short film series is an adaptation based on the Half Life computer game saga by Valve Corporation. Originally envisioned as a project to test out numerous post production techniques, as well as a spec commercial, it ballooned into a multi part series. Filmed guerilla style with no money, no time, no crew, no script, the first two episodes were made from beginning to end on a budget of $500.