A downloadable game for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux
This is a very short game I made in Unity. It's based around the scene in Quentin Tarantino's Reservoir Dogs, when Mr.Blonde decides to interrogate the cop he has tied up.
A word from the developer
This game is kind of the culmination of 12 weeks of work. I started making games in Unity in February and it was pretty tough! I was learning the program from scratch, along with having to make a game and the art in 10 days or so. As I progressed I started learning more(obviously) and it made the job much easier! When this project came along a few weeks ago, I was feeling pretty pumped because I felt I had more time to experiment. When I was coming up with the idea, there isn't actually much for me to say about it. The idea of doing this scene from Reservoir Dogs just came to me as I was being told about the assignment! Though I do love Quentin Tarantino so that definitely explains why I jumped at this idea.
It took a fair bit of brainstorming to come up with the end result especially the flow of the game. The art style I used was similar to my Citizen Kane game. I liked the idea of using minimalist colours to portray my game. It helped that all of my characters were wearing shirts, so it was easier making them black and white. I ran into a lot of problems throughout making the game, but I eventually found compromises and ways around them. One of my problems was that I had to 3d model for my first person scene, when I really wanted to avoid doing that. I decided to draw 2D art and place it in the 3D environment instead and kept it very open and sparse. I was hoping it would help guide the player to the things I wanted them to interact with. The next section of the game with the ear cutting was tricky, especially with triggers and animation. I learnt a lot from making this and it definitely was enjoyable to make!
Thanks for reading and I hope you enjoy the game :)
Download the zip file and extract the contents. Double click the exe file or whichever alternative(depending on what you're using) and it should run.
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