It uses Unity's web-engine; and it very well optimized for the pace the game can get to.
The hit-detection for the Titans can be a little off, and they're pretty rough models - and the first map is untextured - but it's still really fun, with a modest learning curve.
There are 2 characters available: Mikasa; who can stop her momentum mid-swing and slice straight down to the ground; and Levi; who can latch onto a nearby surface (or Titan) and swing himself in that direction while spinning his weapon.
Aside from their special attacks, there's no difference between the characters.
The game is updated every other week with bugfixes and new content.
It's a lot of fun, and because of how modest its resource requirement is, it can run on pretty much any computer. Awesome slow-work-day activity. ..Or, if you're like me, all-day-activity. http://i.imgur.com/ih47d2o.png
Hope people enjoy it--and give Feng Lee a Like on YT / Facebook if you do
is there a way to move the camera, it sucks only being able to see in one direction? Fun game none the less!
When you first start up, there are 3 camera settings. "Default", "WoW-like", and "FPS-Style"
I use FPS-style - which makes the camera move when you move the mouse.
You can switch between the 3 settings at any time with C.
Additional controls: Space = Shoot both hooks at the direction of he two green arrows;
Q = Left hook; E = Right hook