Dec 10, 2012
Really Slick is making an upcoming 2.5D survival shooter and cave-flyer called Retrobooster. The graphics for this game are created with OpenSceneGraph, an OpenGL-based scene graph. It also contains a custom particle effects engine made with raw OpenGL. A new playable demo has just been released for Windows and Linux so that players can try the first few levels. Retrobooster is scheduled to be completed sometime in 2013.
Category: Applications •
Posted on 12/10 at 04:09 PM
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