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Hubless Hubert

by CommandoSnigles - 48 Hour Compo Entry

Hubless Hubert is the adventure of a robot with one USB port. Because he only has one port, he can on have one input device plugged in at a time. Mechanically this means you have to toggle between visuals and audio to make it through the game. Hubert is a little hesitant to interact with anything before he has gotten a good reading on it.

I made everything except the Unity Engine and Arial font in the 48 hours.
Tools I used include Unity, Monodevelop, sfxr, audacity, photoshop and illustrator. All sounds and art were recorded/created by me.

It was interesting playing with the mechanics and building everything up from scratch. I learned a lot about scope, types, and C#'s dot syntax. Ran out of time and energy for art, but I am proud of what I accomplished.

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