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Ukko's Journey (Blu-Play version)
screenshot added by mr_lou on 2017-02-14 20:25:24
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release date : february 2017
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added on the 2017-02-14 20:22:27 by mr_lou mr_lou

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Game running on any Blu-ray player, but obviously ideal for the game-consoles that features a Blu-ray player: PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Why is this a scene-prod?
In my opinion because of the platform. During my search about this topic, I found a lot of posts from people claiming that a game like this simply wasn't possible to do. "You can't have audio", and "You can only use 2 buttons on the PS3 gamepad", and "There's no button-bold functionality".
I obviously had to prove those statements wrong.

Proof of concept elements:
- Performance: The game plays with 50+ fps
- Audio: Plays ingame music + sound-effects
- Persistent storage: Remembers your settings between disc ejects
- Controls: 11 buttons on the gamepad useable
- Internet: Uploads/downloads highscores to/from UkkosJourney.com
- Network: Sends the cellphone version of the game to your Wi-Fi connected JavaME enabled phone via your local network
added on the 2017-02-14 20:31:35 by mr_lou mr_lou
Go lou! Thumb for persistence.
rulez added on the 2017-02-14 22:59:56 by raina raina
I should probably add a short guide on how to get to play this on your console:

Owners of a jailbroken PS3 have it the easiest: They can simply copy the ISO into the BDISO folder and mount it with webMAN or multiMAN.

Next comes Xbox One owners who are also somewhat fortunate, in that the Xbox One accepts Blu-ray content from a DVD - so you can simply burn the ISO onto a DVD and run it.

Last comes stock PS3 and PS4 owners who aren't that lucky, because these consoles insists on having Blu-ray content on a BD-R or BD-RE, which means you need a Blu-ray burner to create the disc.
If you don't have a Blu-ray burner, but is really interested in checking this out anyway, I've added an option to buy a disc version from EditHouse, only paying the fee EditHouse is charging. See blu-play.com/games
rulez added on the 2017-02-15 05:21:22 by mr_lou mr_lou
For doing what everyone says is impossible. And because the game concept looks fun, too!
rulez added on the 2017-02-15 07:24:52 by PulkoMandy PulkoMandy
Thumbs up for the scene spirit of doing the impossible and for quality of the prod
rulez added on the 2017-02-18 09:06:34 by whizart whizart
Nice!
Why Ukko, any reference to the author of this?
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rulez added on the 2017-03-02 22:03:00 by baah baah
Well, the character Ukko was invented for our very first mobile game "Sort'em" back in 2006. He was a caveman who had lived in his cave for 2000 years... i.e. a very old man.
When trying to find out what to call him, we learned that "Ukko" means "old man" in Finnish. :-)
After "Sort'em" came "Ukko's Escape" where he escapes from his cave. And "Ukko's Journey" is then the story of Ukko searching for a new home. :-)
I'd love to make a 4th game of Ukko exploring the new home he finds in the end of Ukko's Journey - but this grown-up life doesn't leave any time for such projects anymore. :-(

So no, I don't know what that screenshot is from, sorry.
added on the 2017-03-03 16:48:13 by mr_lou mr_lou

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