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by Keith Stellyes - Jam Entry

Audio work with Cameron Schmidt, and a lot of help from my buddies over at DSME, check their stuff out: https://www.youtube.com/user/DulvluSpa

A video game with a heavy full-motion focus.

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Ratings

#2207Coolness10%

Comments

mutonizer says ...
Apr 19, 2016 @ 4:10pm

Hmmm..ok...
I get the learning experience, short time, size limitation and admit I never tried video in Unity but what could have been an interesting take on a dead genre in video games just seemed a drunk mistake :)

A for concept, not so A on execution. Ah well.

ocarson says ...
Apr 19, 2016 @ 4:14pm

AN FMV GAME?!?!
Good job guys really cool to see this kinda thing being made, I ran in to a few issues with it, but other than that was a fun time.

Gamepopper says ...
Apr 19, 2016 @ 8:34pm

Considering that you only had 72 hours at best, I can forgive the weak parody of Tim & Eric.

To be honest, for this to work the videos have to be really well made and entertaining, and I found the tutorial segment more entertaining than the main game.

Applause for the effort though, FMV games are not as easy to pull off.

Kuality Games says ...
Apr 22, 2016 @ 8:50pm

The tutorial was the part that made me laugh most. The rest felt like a missed opportunity.

Yumeito says ...
May 6, 2016 @ 9:19pm

Nice Game:)

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