A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux

Description

This is a small prototype game in which you can freely fly through one map with a time-tracked ring track. 

The primary goal of this prototype is to just get a game out there, and develop it further if there is significant interest. For updates on this and my other works you can check me out on twitter @KelvinvanHoorn or on my website.

If I were to continue work on this prototype I would focus first on improving the performance, updating the shaders, adding music, and adding more settings like reversed inputs.

Controls

A gamepad is recommended but not necessary.

The game should work with mouse/keyboard and generic gamepads (PS and Xbox controllers should be fine, but haven't been tested).

ActionMouse & keyboardGamepad
Plane pitchW/S, Up/Down arrowLeft stick (y-direction)
Plane rollA/D, Left/Right arrowLeft stick (x-direction)
Plane yawQ/ELeft/Right trigger
Plane throttleShift/ControlLeft/Right bumper
Camera rotationMouse positionRight stick
Reset cameraLeft mouse buttonRight stick press
Reset plane/mapSpace barSelect
Open menuEscapeStart

Mac & Linux

I don't have a Mac or Linux system, so I can't check if the current build version works on these systems. I know that previous versions worked for Mac, but I do not know if the Linux version works. Please let me know if it works or not!

Install instructions

Unpack the zip to a folder of your choice and open Windfall_FlyingGame.exe to start.


Mac & Linux are experimental, as I do not have a system to test them on. Please let me know if it works or not!

Download

Download
WindfallGame_Linux_2021-12-17.zip 94 MB
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WindfallGame_MacOS_2021-12-17.zip 87 MB
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WindfallGame_Windows_2021-12-17.zip 77 MB

Development log

Comments

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Hi there!! I've just tried your game on my Mac Mini M1!! It ran, and I managed to play, there is no bug apparently... but obviously it is not optimized on this platform so the rate frame is really really really low ;-) but well, it was nice to try it, and you made a good job here!

Good to know. the game is far from optimised in general, so it might not even be a Mac exclusive problem.