Levelhead, a game being developed by digital artist Julian Oliver, looks pretty neat. The basis of the game is a marked cube, a digital video camera, and some custom software. Basically you move the cube, the camera picks up the angular changes you make, and you try to lead the little man to the exit. It's sort of similar to the Playstation's Eye technology. Could be fun. Sort of like Lemmings, except you can't nuke the little bastard when shit hits the fan.
Explanatory video after the jump.
UPDATE: You can only see the rooms and man if you're watching through the monitor. The cube is just a box marked in a way so the camera can recognize which way you have it turned.
This is a little video demo of Mega Man 2.5D, which is a Mega Man game in partial 3-D that I believe some guy is actually making. Which....is it wrong I got a boner? Wait -- don't answer, I want to savor this.
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As a guy who's been playing Counter-strike since the fall of 1999, I've shot many of you poor bastards in the head time and time again. What can I say, I am the l337. So anyway, cartographer Nipper went and make a wicked Vincent Van Gogh inspired board in which all the texture... / Continue →
This is a video of what it might be like to play Super Mario in real life. It's pretty cheesy and looks like it may have been rendered as somebody's first school project in 3-D modeling. I GIVE IT A C. Just sayin', the scale is way off. Also, I don't remember any handguns i... / Continue →