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BFI Boredom

April 18th, 2008 by Multimedia Mike

In the nick of time, Sisir Koppaka finished the BFI playback system and qualified for FFmpeg’s 2008 Summer of Code:


BFI Boredom

The format is used in a few multimedia-heavy games from Tsunami such as Flash Traffic: City of Angels, which is pictured above. Remember that FFmpeg does not stipulate that a supported format be at all useful, or that it come from a good game. As you can see from the sample above, not even the actors could maintain any enthusiasm through the production.

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2 Responses

  1. Sisir Koppaka Says:

    “As you can see from the sample above, not even the actors could maintain any enthusiasm through the production.”

    :) The other videos you sent show this only too well. Guess it must have been an OK game to play though.

  2. Multimedia Mike Says:

    There is at least one person who played all the way through it, and he wrote a walkthrough in order to spare the rest of us the trouble: http://www.gamefaqs.com/computer/doswin/game/933606.html