Posts Tagged ‘prison’

First update – a game about a prison’s market

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Sunday, December 7th, 2014 7:54 am

This is the first update of our game for Ludum Dare 31. We are a team of students from ENJMIN (France) with the help of a young Peruvian artist.

In short, it’s a game about the internal market of a prison, where you can get access to different items with the help of some guards. Then, you can sell those items for money. We use a top-down view for seeing everything that happens on the prison.

Take a look at our main character.

 

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We are applying the theme of the jam for making a fast-paced game in one screen, where you will need to be cautious so other guards won’t see you. The game is being developed in Unity 2D and we are also working very hard on the sound assets and voice acting. Expect more updates on our game soon!

Starting now

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Saturday, August 20th, 2011 9:57 am

I think I better start working now. One way or another I aim to make a game about bank vault doors: door after door after door… and all we wanted was to go outside. It’s got to be all about fancy digital vault locks and their minimalistic inner workings.

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