So, I just tried out this new FPS game created with Blender, created by Fajrul Falakh of Indonesia. It's a complete game, with levels, guns, baddies, sound FX, you name it. Though the game is straightforward, it's a valiant effort and completely free, so you go ahead and download it and give it a whirl!
Hiza Ro of Blender Indonesia writes:
Hello, I want to introduce a FPS game made using Blender. The author is Fajrul Falakh (http://www.youtube.com/user/Fajrul97) from Indonesia. The name of this game is the Z-VIRUS.
Starting from a virus called the Z-virus, which is in the process of experiments in a region by the scientists, but who thought the experiment had failed and the scientist disitupun killed instantly, and not only that, the Z-virus spread throughout the region.
A few years later a special forces trapped in the region, the aim is mainly to get out of the deadly region. But not as easy as imagined, as many deadly monsters are very dangerous spread throughout the region.
I took a few minutes to try out the game, and t's impressive to see a complete game like this, so kudos to Fajrul!! But as for the gameplay itself, there are a number of flaws. For instance, spiders (the only enemy I managed to encounter while playing) spawn from holes in the environment, and so many come out of one hole you have to just wait and shoot them all down. Also, the gameplay is too slow for my tastes, (running, enemy speed,) and I didn't figure out how to change weapons (but that's my fault.)
But I can say this for the game: it harkens back to the old days of FPS, what with the low-poly count. And another thing I can say for it: I found myself freaking out when I was being affronted with three columns of baddies (got my nerves wracked,) and then again, later, I was scared by a baddy around the corner. In any case, I ended the game before I intended to, by hitting [Esc,] which apparently sends you back to the main menu.
All in all, it was a lot of work to create this title, so, once again, cheers for the creator. Keep up the hard work, Fajrul!