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Oddworld: Smile Factory
A downloadable game
Oddworld: Smile Factory is a first-person horror fan game set in the universe created by Oddworld Inhabitants and it's founders Lorne Lanning and Sherry McKenna. Smile Factory intends to tell lore of Oddworld and let players experience it's sinister world in a way that hasn't been done before.
This has been made simply as an educational project to learn Unreal Engine with. Basically taking Oddworld and bits of Oddworld, the story of this epic franchise to make a fangame out of it that's hopefully completely different and a new kind of Oddworld experience.
Please do play Oddworld: Soulstorm and other actual Oddworld games before this to experience the Oddworld universe in it's true form.
1. Download the .zip file from this page by pressing the 'Download' button.
2. Right-Click the downloaded .zip file and press 'Extract Here'. (Alternatively, just open up the zip file if that works for you. If you're unable to do either of these, check that you have the free program WinRAR installed.)
3. Open up the Folder titled 'Oddworld Smile Factory' and double click the 'OddworldSmileFactory' .exe file to play the game.
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The game from what ive played is amazing, im a subscriber of yours on YT and the moment i saw the game i HAD to take a look..
I unfortunately could not play much as my computer lacks the power to handle the game even on its lowest settings. But even still i got about 40 minutes in just riding the atmosphere alone. I cant wait to see if you have any other projects like this coming along. You did an amazing job
Thank you so much I really appreciate you saying that and giving it a go! :) Sorry about your computer, hopefully in the future I'll be more experienced in making anything I do better performance-wise. But I'm really glad you enjoyed just taking in the atmosphere, that means a lot so thank you! :)
This game is awesome. I loved everything from the signs to the newspapers to the gameplay itself. Though challenging I enjoyed it.
Thank you, I really appreciate your kind words! And thank you very much for recording your gameplay, that really helps me a lot as I can see things that can be improved or things that go wrong, etc, so I really appreciate you uploading this! :) I'm really glad you liked it, thank you so much again! :)
For a "just learning Unreal" project, 9.5/10. This was amazingly well done; the tension of the puzzle/evasion sequences, the atmosphere, it was all excellent. You knocked it out of the park.
A couple minor bugs/things I feel should be brought up:
When the player looks up/down from pure horizontal, it affects player movement speed. Not normally an issue until....you try to do a sprinting precision platforming and are looking down so you eat land mines when you miss the jump.
Also, the random enemies at the last sequence before the ending with different mechanics were a little bit of an annoyance. I'd rather have had the rest of the ending skip over them, or maybe see them across a hall/through glass.
But these are minor nitpicks. This was amazingly fun, even if I didn't get any of the references having never touched the Oddworld franchise and I hope to see you keeping making games, you have a real knack for it!
Thank you a lot! I really appreciate you saying this and also for recording your play-through! That genuinely helps me improve as I can see all the glitches, etc, and learn from it so I really appreciate you doing that! Thank you again for giving it a go and I'm really glad you found it fun! :)
Love some of the comments you're making in the video! 'This game knows what it's doing' I'm glad a lot of the parts are having the intended effect. xD I really appreciate your feedback, will definitely keep the things you're pointing out in mind. :)
Loved this series as a kid, going to give this a go for sure today!
Really Cool Experience 5/5 for sure. :)
Thank you so much for playing it and filming it, I really appreciate it! :) Sorry about the glitches that happened (I'm really impressed you managed to get the Greeter to fall down to the spare parts area, didn't even know that could happen lol), videos like this are really helpful as I will know to improve in future, so thank you. :)
Awesome work, and I totally realized halfway through that Oddworld was the same as Abe's Odyssey. You nailed the style of the game while adding a horror aspect to it.
Thank you so much, I appreciate you playing and filming it! It's my first game like this so I know a lot of it could be improved massively, etc, so I really appreciate you giving it a go. :)
i am currently having three heart attacks at once during the parts & service section
just finished it, it was very good
I'll definitely try this out, sincerely THE LATEXXJUGGERNUT.
this is amazing, I cant wait to see what game ya make next.