I managed to create my first interactive game thing with Unity today.

It's not technically a game, but you can drive a van around (albeit very unrealistically) and ruin some brown parcels.

I also added a logo to the side of the van.
Postal Van 02

Hit the jump to have a play of it :)

Play right here!
Use WASD or the arrow keys to drive the van around (controls are screen relative).


  1. I don't know why, but I just spent 15 minutes driving around in that little van, destroying those boxes.

    Anywho, howdy, stranger!
    I've recently taken up an interest in 3D modeling and am more than a little interested in making a small game like this at some point.
    So I was wondering, how difficult is it to learn to code/programme, build scenes, etc and such in Unity?

  2. This is super great! I can't wait to see what you do next!

  3. CUTE!
    Btw, why 26?
    The sum of the boxes always 26. Why?
    Just curious. Hehehehe.

  4. haha, this is so awesome! Love it!

  5. haha awesome! love the style.
    this made discover dropbox as well. I'm eternally grateful.
    my quest for discovering a way of sharing Unity projects
    without having my own site has reached an end.

  6. Really cool stuff Anneka, good work!

  7. I have been playing for 10 minutes, like if it was crucial to pick up this boxes. But it was fun. Thank you :D

  8. very very nice, please continue thank you so much!

  9. this is so adorable!! i really like your style:)

  10. All boxes are belong to me.

  11. WOA!!! wich program do you use for modeling 3d?? Im trying with blender but... :( I LOVE unity3d, but i dont know how to program a game... :( I love to make scenarios.
    maybe one day...

    you have purchased the unity pro? :o
    i want one i want one i want one :P

    i like ALL your work. u're awesome. :)

  12. It looks great, Im trying to make a similar art style in my game. Im looking into unity3d right now, how did you get it to render like this?

    it looks shadeless with baked lighting?, is that true on the boxes as well?


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