A downloadable game for Windows

I was playing my old favorite side-scroller when all of a sudden my home got struck by lightning. In an instant, the lightning traveled from my console to my controller before it finally got me! Everything around me seemed to become bigger, what was going on?! I couldn't move my body, out of control I started to move along the cord of my controller until I finally hit the console, everything got black…

When I woke up I was in a familiar, but yet strange environment. Something seemed different, for some reason, I could only move in two dimensions. That’s when I realized it, I was trapped inside my old favorite game!

Enough with the cheesy story, Project Forward Scroller is a First-Person Platformer game in which I wanted to explore an old idea I had for a game. The idea is best described as a side-scrolling platformer viewed from a first-person perspective. I wanted to keep the mechanics from old side-scrolling platform games, while also trying to maintain their atmosphere. The game world is in 3D, but you can only move in 2D. I worked on this for 10 weeks as my final assignment at my school FutureGames. I hope you enjoy it!

Updated 15 days ago
Published 29 days ago
StatusIn development
PlatformsWindows
AuthorTobias Nylin
GenrePlatformer
Made withUnreal Engine
TagsFPS, fps-platformer
Average sessionA few minutes
LanguagesEnglish
InputsKeyboard, Mouse, Xbox controller

Install instructions

  1. Preferably played with a gamepad similar to Xbox 360 / Xbox One, but keyboard/mouse works as well.
  2. Download the game.
  3. Unzip.
  4. Run "ProjectForwardScroller.exe".

Download

Download
ProjectForwardScroller_v.0.1.2.0.zip 391 MB

Development log

Comments

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a nice idea made a nice game!

i like it! it has a good level design and platforming!

keep it up!

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I'm glad you liked it! Thank you for the nice feedback! :)

A good project. It feels a bit weird, having a 3D world and moving only in 2D. :)

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Thank you for taking the time to play my game! I'm glad you liked it :)