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Weaponizing the Classroom

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Saturday, April 18th, 2015 12:43 am

Progress on our game is going amazing! Evan has been writing all of the game code while Ben draws the preliminary sprites for the first level.

The idea was to put the player into the shoes of a student, acting out in class with paper airplanes, spit-balls, and other disruptive “weapons” while trying to keep away from the patrolling teacher.

We are using the unconventional weapon theme to produce improvised disruptions that would be found in a students’ reach, and hurling them at other students.

Here is a screenshot of the current testing phase:

ld32-firstdraft-screenshot-1

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