Appaloosa intends to use this Aion Kinah technology

January 09 [Thu], 2014, 12:35
Not surprisingly, Appaloosa intends to use this Aion Kinah technology on all its current games. With the online technology inherent in the Dreamcast and the usability of such a tool, it is hoped that Appaloosa and/or Sega will see fit to make a version of the GameWorld Builder available to the general consumer. Letting you create new environments and adventures for Ecco would take the experience to a new level and allow the creative abilities of many to come to the fore.

The technology also led to a different style of design. In a departure from the traditional level-based game, Ecco will take you to a great number of different environments built around themes of several unique worlds. One world, Paradise Island, will contain various multiple environments, and you'll move seamlessly between coral reef, underground caves, and lakes. Appaloosa took a lot of time to make the underwater scenes feel as authentic as possible. A research team spent many months working with videos, photographs, and "hundreds of copies of the National Geographic magazine" to come up with a realistic depiction of the oceanic flora and fauna. The compliments received at E3 showed the effort was well worth it. Within these environments the team had a relatively free hand to design puzzles to take advantage of their surroundings, and some of the better and more inspired puzzles came after the worlds had already been created.
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