some apparent bugs, but super fun to explore the world! the game has speed-running potential as well, imo.
A downloadable game
In Mirage, the player is stranded in the desert with no defenses, and very little indication of location. There is no fighting back; if the player is to survive, they must navigate an open-exploration level to find their way back to the road. But the darker it gets, the more coyotes start to hunt for vulnerable prey, and should the player still be lost by the time the sun goes down, hope of surviving the night is out of the question.
To make matters worse, the thirst has started to take hold, and the longer the player lasts out here, the more they hallucinate, meaning the player must perform reality checks to avoid dooming themselves by, for example, following a promising trail that isn’t actually there.
Cameron Schiff - Game Designer, 3D Modeler, Animator
Arjun Gambhir - Producer, UI Programmer, Shader & VFX Artist
Hudson Yang - Level Designer
Anthony Herrera - 3D Modeler, 2D Artist
Reggie “MrWalls” Paredes - Systems Programmer
Joe Warren - AI Programmer
To install and play Mirage, unzip the contents into a folder and double click "Mirage.exe".
Mirage requires a PC with at least Windows 7 SP1 with a Dual core CPU @ 2GHz, 2GB of RAM, 1GB VRAM with DirextX 10+ supported and 2 GB disk space.