EBF3 Map System

A prototype of the EBF3 map system and main town.
None of the graphics survived to the final version, and the town is completely different.

4 thoughts on “EBF3 Map System

  1. Melian

    Here´s a glitch I found:

    When in the room right under the windmill, walk upwards into the windmill room and don´t stop. You will walk a into the building a little (which you normally can´t) and when you walk out again (´cause you can´t turn) you can´t get in again. If you do this on the left part of the windmill however, you will disappear into it and the only way to get out is to reload the game.

    You can do this on more things (pumpkins, boxes, some walls etc.) and you can even completely walk through some other things (trees, pigs, those sticks, some boxes, probably more) but you can only get one block into those first ones and the windmill is the only one you get stuck in.

    It only seems happen to things that are about 2-3 blocks away from you when you enter the room so I couldn´t get into anymore houses. Oh yeah, and it seems like you can also do this in other directions (not just upwards) but I don´t feel like trying it out. None of this actually gets you any fun or cool glitches. Only stuck player characters.

    Welp, now I´ve wasted enough time time on this. Oh, and sorry for maybe bad English.

    And what´s with this writing box? When you write in the middle of a sentence it removes your previous letters? That´s just annoying.

  2. SirBlackMage

    Never noticed this until now. 😐
    Also, nice inscriptions on the graves.
    Aeris and General Leo. :smirk:
    Also; I guess Muffin was your pet (cat.. or maybe dog ❓ )
    And I found a sign saying “what up dog”. :hurray:
    Btw, you seem to have used the same “pig squealing noise” from back then until now. :tongue:
    (Also, I think that one pig you can interact with is the only object in this demo that produces any sound.)
    It’s cool to see how drastically everything changed in those few years.
    Having all entrances to the different areas in the game right at the start (but probably inaccessable until later) is also waaay different from the final game.
    The Conclusion: It’s nice to see how your stile and quality changed over the years and have a look at an earlier version of EBF3. :stars:
    I should stop writing now. Like seriously. :ooo:


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