Ursus is a 3D platform game.
You play a bear cub who is seeking for his friend captured by the vile bear Arzar. You must pass trough 10 levels with different world styles.
Ursus began when I discovered The Games Factory, a long time ago, when I didn't know programming. Then I did a sequel, Ursus 2, not really better than the first, then Ursus 3 (also know as Ursus 3D), always using The Games Factory, but with 2 depth levels, to create the illusion of 3D. Ursus 4 was also using this idea, but with better graphics.
Then I did Ursus 5, the first Ursus in real-time 3D, made with Jamagic, and using a sort of cube engine, allowing you to easily create new levels.
And now, for all of you, children and adults, here is Ursus 6, using C++ programming, Irrlicht graphic engine, and Audiere library. This is also the first Ursus playable on Linux.
· CPU 1 Ghz
· 128 MB RAM
· Good (and correctly installed) graphic card drivers (GeForce advised)
· Irrlicht and Audiere libraries (only if you want to compile the sources)
- CPU 1 Ghz
- 128 MB RAM
- Good (and correctly installed) graphic card drivers (GeForce advised)
- Irrlicht and Audiere libraries (only if you want to compile the sources)