Click here to enter
(be sure you have a
installed before clicking the above link)
Note - the Cortona Player appears to have a
render problem in many browsers on Mac OSX (the view port is shifted upwards),
however you can still navigate the scene. It works OK in
Deskbrowse. I have not tested
it on Windows so
would be appreciated!
SGI users can use the Cosmo Player plugin
with Netscape 4.76; copy and paste this link to access the vrml world directly:
Further Note! - I've been having problems getting The Dungeon to work with
VRML viewers (namely Cortona) on Mac OSX, you can try it if you like but it may not work.
I had a go at creating a creepy, mysterious interior
in the form of a dungeon, comlete with an escape tunnel through a
twisty cave system. I experimented with flickering torches
and lighting, directional sound, triggers and events.
I had the idea that this could form part of an adventure
game, this was long before things like the online 3D
role playing games that are around today had become
so popular, they were just telnet text adventures
(MUDs - Multi User Dungeons) back then! Unfortunately
I lacked the programming expertise to integrate my VRML
scene with a multi-user rpg system.