StereoBottic is a game specifically designed for an autostereoscopic display. The game currently supports displays manufactured by Tridelity AG. However, if you don't have an autostereoscopic display, you can still play the game on split-screen or by utilizing two monitors.
StereoBottic is a two player co-op game, where both players steer a robot together over a spherical planet full of lava, traps and platforms. The controls are the simplest ones you can imagine: Each of the players can trigger a single action pressing a single button.
While the first player lets the robot move forward, the second player can force the robot to jump. So, both players need to coordinate their actions.
What would be fairly easy on a regular monitor gets rather tricky when playing on an autostereoscopic display. It not only enables both players to see stereo, but also shows them a slight variation of the world with partially different objects and obstacles. Therefore, the players need to talk about what they see in the world and how they should react on what they see.
The game is a proof-of-concept for using Frapper as a platform for interactive real-time applications. It is part of the current Frapper development branch. The full game including all assets can be downloaded here. The original assets, which were created with Autodesk Maya, are released under Creative Commons and can be downloaded here.
There is also a short video of showcasting StereoBottic at FMX 2012: