A downloadable Blu-Play game
When The Underground Ball Factories (TUBF) placed one of their ball factories in the deep cave where Ukko had lived happily for the past 2000 years, Ukko was forced to escape the cave by jumping up through the mechanical parts of the factory. Having done so, Ukko now stands outside the cave scouting for a better place to settle down. He looks to the right and sees a big city partially hidden in its own pollution. It doesn't look inviting. But to the left there are green fields as far as he can see. Clearly that is the way he must go.
Ukko jumps onto a bicopter parked by the cave-entrance, and pedals up in the air! Now begins Ukko's Journey for a new and better place to settle down and live for the next many years.
On your journey you must collect apples from the ground below with your net, by hovering low over the ground. Eat apples to gain energy, or throw them after birds and other obstacles, to avoid flying into them and lose energy. But remember you also need energy to pedal the bicopter, so don't throw away all your apples! Don't collect too many apples either, or else you will weigh too much to fly.
Good luck! You will need it.
The first step is to download the ISO file. An ISO file is an image of a disc. Once you have the ISO, you can play the game on various platforms in various ways:
- Stock PS3 / PS4: You need to burn the ISO onto a BD-R or BD-RE disc, which means you need a Blu-ray burner. Luckily Blu-ray burners has become very affordable now, and a BD-R disc only costs about half a euro. If you buy a BD-RE, it can be re-used several thousand times due to the small size of Blu-Play games.
- Jailbroken PS3: Run the game from harddisk by mounting the ISO with webMAN or multiMAN from the BDISO folder.
- Xbox One: You need to burn the ISO onto a DVD, which means you need a DVD burner. (If you have a Blu-ray burner, BD-R and BD-RE works too).
- PC: Load the ISO file into a software media player that supports BD-J. For Windows such a player could be PowerDVD from Cyberlink.
(VLC is also getting BD-J support these days. One of the nightly builds might work...).
- Blu-ray players: Although Blu-Play is focusing on the gaming-consoles, the games should theoretically also run on any standard Blu-ray player. (Just don't expect any stunning framerates). Most of these players requires that you burn the ISO onto a BD-R or BD-RE, but some of them (mostly Samsung players) also accepts a DVD.
- Other options: Dune HD Smart D1 / Popcorn Hour C200 / Popcorn Hour C300 lets you play the ISO from harddisk.
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