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Monday, July 16, 2007
Update: You can save your layout with F3, and load your layout with F2. It saves to the ole.dat file, and it seems you can only have 1 at a time.

There's a pretty complex world as the default, so back it up before you make new levels. Other random key pressing created a capture.rec file, I don't know what it's for, or what key did that.


The Object Locative Environment Coordinate System is an engine that determines and calculates a robot's interaction with the environment based on the camera's current perspective. Gaps can disappear behind a pillar, bridges can be joined just by rotating the camera, and all sorts of weird mind tricks can be accomplished with a little experimentation or plenty of imagination.





Unfortunately there is no save or load feature, presumably reserved for the upcoming PS3 and PSP version which was recently revealed at E3 2007. Still, this small trinket is a strangely amusing toy in itself and portable console owners can get a taste of Echochrome on their PC right now without the wait.

Name: OLE Coordinate System (English page)
Developer: Jun Fujiki
Category: Puzzle
Type: Freeware
Size: 1MB
Direct download link: Click here

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8 Comments:
Blogger Joe said at 7/16/2007 07:46:00 PM:  
holy hell, it's like playing an M.C. Escher painting
Anonymous Anonymous said at 7/16/2007 09:55:00 PM:  
Missing a .dll
can't play.
Anonymous diggphr34k said at 7/16/2007 11:17:00 PM:  
dugg for the music.
Anonymous diggphr34k said at 7/16/2007 11:19:00 PM:  
I appear to have mistaken the comment enviornment.




Weed and iPhones RULEZZ!!!!!!



diggout
Anonymous Jimmy said at 7/17/2007 07:38:00 AM:  
Playing around, I found you can save your layout with F3, and load your layout with F2. It saves to the ole.dat file, and it seems you can only have 1 at a time.

There's a pretty complex world as the default, so back it up before you make new levels.

Other random key pressing created a capture.rec file, I don't know what it's for, or what key did that.
Blogger Andrew said at 7/17/2007 03:09:00 PM:  
I can't get it to play on my pc. I just get a white screen when I run the program.
Anonymous Tunips said at 7/18/2007 04:29:00 AM:  
I can play, but my mouse is distorted, smeared across the screen. So I can't see where I'm putting things. Anyone know a solution?
Anonymous chipp said at 7/18/2007 07:17:00 AM:  
Hi, I found the missing dll file (d3dx9_25.dll) just googling a little.

At work I can make it run, but at home there is some problem rendering the mouse (same problem as Tunips).

In both computer I had to add the d3dx9_25.dll

Home computer runs on Win XP SP1 and work computer runs on Win XP SP2.

Any clues?


By the way, I think the english page is this one -> OLE Coordinate System