Og Og Alive is a Shockwave game that I haven't quite figured out yet, but I'm having a good time discovering what it's all about. It's an original concept game that appears to be well produced and looks like it could be quite fun. There are two playable characters, male and female Og Og, chosen when you first start the game. You are then given your first assignment: Og Og hungry, fill stump with food.
The user interface combines the use of arrow keys on the keyboard for movement, and the mouse to pick up items and manage them. The sound design for the game is quite elaborate, with a nice balanced mix of sound effects, animal sounds and music that together create a unique and playful atmosphere.
The design of Og Og Alive is an original concept created by Andy Hook. The game's beautiful and original graphics and animation were all created by Andy, and the programming was done by Immersive Productions, in Australia. Like the award-winning game Chasm, Og Og Alive was produced with the assistance of the ABC-Film Victoria Multimedia Production Accord.