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Do you miss airports?



Do you miss that wonderful feeling of negotiating through duty free shop mazes, running through suffocating perfume clouds, while trying to desperately find your gate??



Great!

Well, in Interminal, there are no gates to worry about! You are here forever and you can navigate, smell perfumes and SHOP as long as you want! Truly an architect's masterpiece and CEOs dream!


..or you can just watch the planes go by..




Where are the toilets you ask? ..The legends say people who went looking never came back...


Made for #procjam and #7dfps 2020

All 3D models were created by us during the jam (except the mountains)

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interminal-windows.zip 30 MB
Version 4
interminal-mac.zip 29 MB

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nice game (;

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Nice game


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I like the idea, it makes me feel a kind of paradoxal, the ambiance is calm, but the endless airport with nobody else it seemed like in a liminal space in-game

Cool ideia, but in 5 minutes you start to see the same things, like a cycle. 

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Love the game! It's super relaxing walking around the airport when there's nobody else there. 

Just wanted to also let you know that I noticed that all reflextions seem to be from perspective of outside looking in, which seemed a little surreal 

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So I like the mood and the procedural generation, and the windows and endless walking all had a wonderful feel to it. But I have a big problem- there's no carpets! I used to get shipped all over the place through airports as a kid and I have so many memories of chilling out on various airport carpets. I guess it depends on the airport and also the area of the airport, but yeah if there was like some weird little rest area that was carpeted and popped up every few miles of walking that'd be perfect. Still, really good job!

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I really loved this. May I ask what you're doing for lighting? Seems like a whole lot of pixel lights, I imagine activated within some distance from the camera.

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Yes, indeed, there are a lot of pixel lights. We are using deferred rendering, there aren't too many light overlaps, and also no point light shadows, so it is quite efficient. There is no special activation of lights, they get spawned together with walkways, but since in deferred rendering it only matters how many pixels on screen one light covers, rendering distant lights is actually very cheap. Btw, runway lights are just bloomy billboards, not true lights.

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I think the game was probably broken on my machine - the entire terminal was pitch black and the sky outside was purple - but it ran fine at the lowest resolution and it was honestly beautiful. And the music was lovely. Thank you for making this.


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That's pretty great. :D

It's an impressive game when it can be that graphically "broken" and still result in a positive player experience!

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Ooooh. Win or Mac? Are you playing on an old GPU? It probably doesn't support compute shaders as my sky requires them.

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It's a ten-year-old laptop, so the compute shader thing is probably the issue. The internet says it has an NVIDIA NVS 3100M, if that helps.

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I played this game on stream at my Twitch!

And I thoroughly enjoyed it despite being quite confused. All of the smells seem to be randomly generated, but it was fun to see planes taking off regardless!

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Thanks! Glad you liked it! Yeah, the perfumes and smells are procedurally generated.

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Can I press i for "Invert mouse In Interminal"?

This game is scary.

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Yeah, we could add "invert mouse" as an option

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The architecture and mountains remind me of the Hong Kong airport, where we stayed for a 17 hour layover when our original flights were cancelled. Great simulation of that experience!

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A most banal horror. J.G. Ballard would approve.

If I found myself trapped in this endless space, how long would I last before I tried drinking perfume?

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My game is lagging realy bad. about 8 FPS.

SPECS : 

Intel Core 15-2520M CPU @ 2.50 GHz

GPU : Intel HD Graphics 3000

Running Windows 10

Thats all i know for my specs

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Hey! Sorry to hear that.
Yeah, the game is very intensive on the GPU, your GPU might be struggling.
Have you tried lowering the resolution from the resolution screen?

I hope you can enjoy the game somehow!

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Played this game on M1 Mac 

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This game would be really cool in VR, and even cooler if you guys colaborated with chemists and created a system where the player can navigate the game in VR and smells would get dispenced in real time depending on what the player is smelling in the game

Also there's some weird constant flickering of lights in the distance.

Cool game idea and nice aesthetics.

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I absolutely adore this! https://www.funvideogames.biz/2020/12/interminal-airport-simulator-of-my.html

Crash on startup

Hi! That's too bad :(
Can you give us more information?
What OS are you playing? other computer specs?

It is certainly not a relatively powerful PC, but it was used in the past for 3D modeling.

Mm, it could be many things. You might be running out of RAM.. or maybe we are using something that requires the latest directX, but you'd need windows 10 for that.

I'm sorry I'm afraid I can't help you much right now :(
I hope you can find another computer to play some day!

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Fantastic airport simulator. Highly realistic and full of wonderful SMELLS

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Love the environment

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superb game (like always) but we need an export function of the list (like txt or alse) baybe with an image of the box in the shopping list :3 (because some image+text are funny)

an other idea is to make the box's size randomized too ?

anyway great job here !