|TED is a top-down adventure game following a disillusioned bunny's journey through his dreams.|
Genre: Top-down Arcade Adventure
|Mark Thrall||Product Manager|
|Steve Johnson||Technical Director|
|Jeremy Mayo||Lead Tester|
|Jean Bessette-Tyler||Technical Writer|
|Ted Bunny was sitting playing a video game for hours that eventually turned
into days. The frustration built so high that he could no longer take it.
Ted rushed to his feet and threw the controller at the television screen.
Ted was tired and angry. He decided that he needed some rest and headed for bed. Ted mumbled quietly to himself about how he could make a better game and that he couldn't believe that he had wasted so much time on such trash. Ted finally got in to bed and closed his eyes. As soon as the darkness set in, his dreams went wild.
Ted had entered his dream. A game, where squirrels were taking over the world and threatening his life and the life of his family. Ted, angered by the news, grabs a pea shooter and sets out to make sure that the squirrels get what is coming to them.
|W, S, A, D||Moves Ted up, down, left, right|
|Left Mouse Button||Fire Weapon|
|Right Mouse Button||Use item|
|Q, E||Select Item previous, next|
By David Dionisio
|TED||Version 1.0 April 12, 2001|
Available upon request. Email: David Dionisio
|Operating System||Windows NT sp5/98 sp2/ME/2000/XP|
|CPU||200 MHz or higher|
|RAM||16 MB or higher|
|DirectX||version 3 or above|
|Sound Card||100% Windows compatible|