These are some examples of what people have created using Pipmak.
How did he get here? Can he trust the enigmatic self-conscious spherical computer that seems to be his only company? Help Adam find out!
Complete with a story, puzzles, animation, sound and music, this game was made in less than two weeks by Carl-Johan Nyblom and Christofer Levall.
Direct download (use “save link as” if it opens as gibberish in a browser window)
Find your way out of the hallway in this mini-adventure by NigeC Studios, featuring sample code on displaying text, using the inventory from the Demo Project, and a combination lock puzzle.
If you would like to use Pipmak for your own projects, but are overwhelmed by all the intricate details in the scripts of the Demo Project, check out this. James Wilson created this simple explorable world as an introductory example project with heavily commented scripts.
Full Animation Demo
Urs Holzer demonstrates how to make a fully animated panorama. Since Pipmak doesn't have real movie support yet, performance of this method is not suitable for real-world use, but it's a neat demo nonetheless.