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This package allows users to create their own 3D worlds, using technology related to the Freescape universe seen in games such as Castle Master and Driller / Space Station Oblivion. Pull-down menus allow objects to be created and positioned, with movement loops and simple animation defined. A network of rooms can be created.

A simple BASIC-style language is integrated to allow puzzles and conditions (open a door when a key in placed into it, for example). You can also include enemies which must be shot. At any moment you can enter the gameworld to test it.


Virtual Reality Studio DOS A game being created
Virtual Reality Studio Amstrad CPC You may shoot for some reason...
Virtual Reality Studio Commodore 64 The compiler needs to know if my files are on disk or tape
Virtual Reality Studio Amiga Making a game

Promo Images

Virtual Reality Studio Magazine Advertisement Page 35

Alternate Titles

  • "העולם התלת מימדי שלך" -- Hebrew spelling
  • "3D Virtual Studio" -- Israeli Title
  • "3D Construction Kit" -- European Title

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User Reviews

Redefinition of 'pushing it a bit' Commodore 64 WWWWolf (452)
Awesome! Simply awesome! DOS Tomer Gabel (4643)

Critic Reviews

Commodore Format Commodore 64 Sep, 1991 93 out of 100 93
The One for Amiga Games Amiga Jun, 1991 93 out of 100 93
The One for ST Games Atari ST Jun, 1991 93 out of 100 93
Your Sinclair ZX Spectrum Aug, 1991 92 out of 100 92
Play Time Amiga Jul, 1991 89 out of 100 89
Amiga Power Amiga Jun, 1991 80 out of 100 80
CU Amiga Amiga May, 1991 Unscored Unscored
Amiga Computing Amiga Aug, 1991 Unscored Unscored
Crash! ZX Spectrum May, 1991 Unscored Unscored
Computer Gaming World (CGW) DOS Aug, 1992 Unscored Unscored


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The "3D Construction Kit" packages also came with a 30-minute video tape, featuring an introduction and a tutorial presented by Ian Andrew, the original designer of the Freescape system.

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