Vancouver Film School is at it once more; its own Team KRONK has created The Mask of Qi, a solid looking action-adventure platformer. Its name and gameplay remind me of The Mark of Kri and several last-gen action-adventures that seem to have been traded for the quick-time-event action games of this generation. We don't see too many third-person titles like these in the indie scene, either.

The Mask of Qi is a Unity Awards 2012 Student Game finalist, along with Pixel Pi's Pulse. Qi is playable via browser (it's a hefty 217MB load) or via download for Windows or Mac. I enjoyed Qi's large worlds and the flying squirrel-like gliding aspects; the latter of which helps ease the 3D platforming. What do you think of this slice-of-game experience?