A downloadable Off-Road Car Game for Windows, macOS, and Linux

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Extreme Journey takes you on, you guessed it, a journey! Somewhy you decided it'd be a good idea to explore through every part of the world and every bit of your imagination. Drive your SUV through areas such as the jungle, desert, labyrinth, space meteorite, and other "ordinary" stuff.

- What time is it?

You don't need to worry about the time, lad. Unless you want to receive the highest score to satisfy yourself, you can take as long as you wish to complete the level. Or try to be a perfectionist and complete each level within a second. Your decision.

- Fun

Don't worry! All the levels are unlocked from the start so you don't need to beat yourself up if you can't complete one level!

- Why a volcano?

Why not? I decided it would be nice for you guys to drive around literally everywhere, so relax and let your imagination flow.


This game is developed by a 15-year-old starting developer. I will probably be working on other projects later, so stay tuned!

Here are the controls:

Arrow keys, well you don't need an explanation for this do you?

M to open the map. Not all levels include a map.

P to pause the game. Pause menu includes the level restart, main menu buttons and a volume slider.

R to restart level.


Published Jul 06, 2016
StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux
PublisherAlbert Khotsoian
Rating
(1)
AuthorAlbertinio
GenreSimulation, Racing
Tags3D, Action-Adventure, Driving, Fantasy, First-Person, Real-Time, Space, Time Attack, Time Travel
Average sessionA few minutes
LanguagesEnglish
InputsKeyboard, Mouse

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Click download now to get access to the following files:

Extreme-Journey-1.0.4ff.rar 41 MB
Extreme Journey for Mac 1.0.3.app.zip 55 MB
Extreme Journey for Linux 1.0.3.zip 57 MB

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(Edited 5 times) (+1)

Bug Report:

On Linux Build: - Once installed, at first run game starts with main volume setted to zero;

- Down-Arrow key isn't functional so I can't drive backwards if I get stuck in front of some ambient obstacle;

- You should make the driver's head camera not rigidly constrained by the vehicle movements (expecially the fast going up/down that occurs driving over bumps and gutters) because, without a minimum visual shaking absorbement (like our bodies naturally does while driving) after a while you could experience an effect of eye fatigue and/or nausea;

Anyway, thanks for your attentions and your work.