Tag: Ostudio

Ocamel vs Jazz Jackrabbit menu

While browsing the internet for old DOS games, I just came to realise that Jazz Jackrabbit uses the same font in their menus as Ostudio’s award winning Ocamel, i.e. their developers also found 3D Studio’s funny looking built-in font.

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Ostudio’s Kill Bill

Having had enough of regular blue screen of deaths, Sepu sets out from the IT classroom of VMG with one mission: to kill Bill. Ostudio’s animator was the main character in this great point-and-click adventure game, where he used creative

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Ostudio’s C64 Games

T shirt image from Zazzle Today I reviewed another piece of history with the help of Gizmo, who was kind enough to send me his old C64 programs. I fired up the emulator to find three great Ostudio games, ported

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Extract FLI animation frames to PNG

The original animations in Ocamel were created in Autodesk Animator, saved in FLI animation format. In the original release I was using a third party Pascal library to run them, but in the 10th Anniversary Edition I had to create

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Welcome home, Ostudio!

I am delighted to report that 15 years after its birth, Ostudio finally has a home. While we missed the initial registration of a domain name, the one in its home country has finally became available, and I did not

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Ostudio’s cancelled projects

While in recent months I posted about Ostudio’s amazing games of the past, not all projects have been so fortunate to see the light of day. I think it’s time to mention some of the least fortunate ones, where sometimes

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Oscorch

A new classic has been added to the Ostudio page: Oscorch, our reimagination of the mother of all games. Enjoy a pure multi-player artillery game with well-known and never-before-seen characters. Up to 10 tanks from 9 teams with unique colours,

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February update

The blog has been quiet for a couple of weeks again, our office is moving to a new location at work and there’s been too much packing and networking last week. Some updates: Kapa generously submitted a JavaScript version to

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The birth of Ostudio

I’ve been busy playing Diablo III lately, as well as other minor things like work and life, so let’s look at another piece of history. A long time ago, on a cold winter afternoon in early 1998, me and my

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