Max’s Library Level

I wanted to create a 3d platformer with Max the Cat as the main playable character. Inspired by other 3d platformers like Super Mario 64, I wanted my level to be created as a single island that you have to traverse to reach the goal. Originally there was meant to be more floors and the goal was meant to be a mouse that would get scared when you got close, but these features were dropped for the sake of time. Key features are push-able book platforms, multiple levels, challenging platforming, respawning, and detailed game objects such as the brooch and the rock garden.

Credits: Music – Theodoros Konstantopoulos, Sound Effect – Symphoid on Freesounds, Unity – Some free texture assets, Tiger Model Rig – CG Spectrum, Everything Else – Owen Aguirre

5 Comments Add yours

  1. Tom Tawadros says:

    Like the professor said, psychedelic is a good way to describe your level. Z-fighting aside, I like that you have some intractable objects.

  2. Joy Tartaglia says:

    The interactive books are really neat. It’s great that they reset themselves too. The whole scene looks like an interesting place to explore.

  3. Olivia Bogs says:

    I really love that instead of a housecat, you chose to put a quadraped tiger in your game! It’s a refreshing twist on the cat and mouse concept and definitely added to the whimsy of your level.

  4. Jasmine Duerk says:

    I think the moving books add a lot to the level! They are a relatively simple animation but they make the level seem so much more interactive and exciting.

  5. Kaamil Lokhandwala says:

    Definitely a unique vibe to your game. As soon as you start it, the game already feels very puzzly. I think it has to do with how full the environment feels, with all the book shelves. Nice job with interaction too!

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