Thursday, 5 April 2007

Stryker's Run and Quest

Stryker's Run and Quest are two of the PC games that we currently have under development. The projects are progressing well, and this blog entry includes some screenshots from the latest development versions of these games.

The animated image at the top-left shows one of the Volgan helicopters in Stryker's Run, and the screenshot below is taken from a point near to the start of the game as John Stryker is setting off on his mission:


(Please click on the screen pictures to view larger versions of these images.)

The PC version of Stryker's Run includes many new graphics elements, such as caves, construction sites, girders, ropes and chains:


Here is a screenshot from Quest near to the start, after collecting the cheese:


In the following Quest screenshot, as well as the cheese, a key and an ID card have also been located:


For more information as these games become ready for release, please keep checking this blog and subscribe to the Superior Interactive Newsletter.

8 comments:

Nick said...

I've been waiting really excitedly for the release of these games-- Quest in particular. Now you've whetted our appetites with these fantastic screenshots, do you know when they'll get released? Perhaps in time for Christmas? Keep up the the top work.

Richard Hanson said...

Hi Nick,

Thank you for your comment and your interest in the software.

At the moment these games are still under development, and we haven't set any release dates so far; but we will send out a newsletter as soon as the games are ready.

Best wishes,
Richard

Samwise said...

I only just noticed the link to this blog - it's really tucked away only at the bottom of one page of the main Superior Interactive site, isn't it? If it was more prominent, you might get more hits! I've linked it on a beeb forum, to point others in the right direction.

Stryker's Run is looking really good, isn't it? It wasn't my favourite beeb game, but I have to admit it looks to be shaping up pretty nicely!

Keep up the good work.

Richard Hanson said...

Hi Samwise,

Thank you for your comments and the link.

Best wishes,
Richard

Richard Elliott said...

is this project dead? I love Stryker's run!

Richard Hanson said...

Hi Richard,

It's on hold at the moment, but it's still a possibility for the future. Thank you for your interest.

Best wishes,
Richard

Richard Elliott said...

Looks like I will stick to the original for now.

Is it possible to finish the original?

Richard Hanson said...

Yes, the original version can certainly be completed.