Lost Treasure Of EL Dorado Game For PC Full Version
the game was made using the id tech 3 game engine, which the developers felt was ideal for a third-person cover-based game. the most obvious change to the game engine from id tech 2 is a more aggressive approach to creating the level design. as in previous games by the studio, such as splinter cell, the team wanted to create a feeling of exploration, and to do this, they added more \"spots\" to the levels than in previous games. for example, with previous games the levels tended to be based around a series of corridors, and the player would get into the action by moving through a series of doors. this meant that the game levels were often too linear for the team's liking, and so they added branching paths and sections of open spaces to give the levels more variety and make the player feel more involved. many of the levels take place in the jungle, which the team felt was an ideal setting for an adventure game, providing ample opportunity for exploration and interaction. there are even a couple of puzzles where the solution is entirely environmental.
during the game's development, when the art team were making their changes to the game's characters, they were not thinking about what the game would be like when released. this was partly to prevent them from being too attached to the characters before they had established themselves in the public eye; however, when asked for their ideas for the game's characters, the art team members always tried to put themselves in their place. amy hennig, the game's director, wanted the character of nathan drake to reflect a more realistic world of flawed characters who knew what they were doing and what they wanted, and also felt that the game should feature action sequences. she also wanted the game to reflect the fact that drake was a rich man who had other options and therefore the motivation to go on an adventure. the writers then combined these two concepts to produce the game's protagonist, nathan drake. drake's greedy personality combined with his desire to discover the secrets of the island, and the fact that he had to leave his life of wealth and ease to undertake the adventure, was developed in the main character.