A 16 Year Old Genius Just Built Minecraft In Trials Fusion

We've seen some incredible things created within Trials Fusion's super flexible track creator, but this might be the most insane thing yet. 16 year old user PneumaticBog484 has literally created a functional version of Minecraft inside Trials Fusion. Kids these days. They are literally magicians.

But this guy in particular, this PneumaticBog484 chap, he's absolutely amazing. His Minecraft creation is just the tip of the iceberg. He has a whole plethora of incredible creations using the Trials Fusion creator, including procedurally generated tracks and a track with a monster that actually follows the progress of your bike with his eyes.

Oh and he also built a first person shooter using the Trials track creator. And not just a regular first person shooter, an actual good one that allows you to wall run ala Titanfall.

Trials YouTuber Professor FatShady put together a great tour of his best work above and I fully recommend you watch it to get a vibe for the incredible work PneumaticBog484 is doing. I literally cannot believe my eyes. How is this possible?

This is must watch stuff.


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    Say hello to a future game developer, aka, some guy I now hate.

    (edit: not really, I don't hate him)

    (edit edit: I thought about it, and yeah, I do hate him after all)

    Last edited 22/08/14 9:23 am

      Surely this is Gabe Newell pretending to be a 16 year old kid.

        We'll soon be able to tell, lets just wait and see if he ever releases a game with a "3" in it :P

    Thanks Mark for the post, really happy to support talented people. Notch RT'd this on twitter via on of the Trials Comm Devs and I've heard from the creator and he's stoked that everyone loves his stuff. Be sure to send some comments his way if you get a chance, he sounds like a nice dude.

    That is awesome, what a genius! Trials will be going back in the PS4 once I've finished The Last of Us.

    I don't think he is going to have a lack of options in regards to employers....

    wow thats crazy. I want to see what this kid can do with his own code.

    WTF?
    No....

    Oh man, I suck.

    'Literally magicians' eh?

      Yes, he is an actual magician. There is no other explanation that makes sense.

    I'm not even familiar with trials fusion, been meaning to buy it for a while. But can someone explain how this is possible?? Like, I usually assume there are some parameters you are working within in an in game editor, but it seems like it let's you build the game from the ground up. Or is that to do with this guy's technical wizardry ie fiddling with code..Either way mind blowing stuff, some serious creative and technical talent..

    There is only so much butt kissing I can take in a short time span.

    Well this looks good, but I am curious to find out what the Trials Fusion level editor actually gives you, like how hard was it to achieve this?

    Thing is, and the reason why it's always kids that come up with this, is that they are relatively untainted by the professional industry. There a blank creative and imaginative slate, not limited by the rules and boundaries that are set in our minds when we are studying.

    Don't bother the kid with code. Just give him the most rad track/map/game maker you can find and let him run wild when he "should" be doing homework.

    Minecraft style Trials Fusion levels are something I could really get on board with.

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