a mini game about offensive and intolerant language
My first 360 video
Today my mom asked me how to make a 360 video for a school contest (she’s a teacher) to show some pictures of her students doing some activities. So I just played with Unity to render a 360 video and here’s the result of my first attemp:
Photo courtesy of my first day at La Macchina del Tempo.
The International Game Camp was created to encourage the exchange between Italian and international game designers and Italian experts in cultural heritage.
All game developers were welcome to participate and create new worlds themed around cultural heritage.
The event was produced by Streamcolors, Bookrepublic and iC-Innovazione Culturale by Fondazione Cariplo in association with IED Milano, George Brown College (Toronto, Canada), Politecnico di Milano and IVIPRO.https://www.internationalgamecamp.com Genre: adventure game Gameplay mechanics: Point-and-Click, drag-and-drop, quicktime-event
Team nameOutside In
- Game Designer: Sofia Abatangelo
- Game Coders: Mario A. Di Bernardo – Bardh Shabani
- Game Artists: Joseph Zettler – Shyamli Verma
- Heritage Researcher: Rossella Genovese
- Film Makers: Marco Frascarelli – Ruoshi Yang
High concept and a brief overview of the game
Art represents, in our opinion, a glimpse of the extraordinary, a way to escape from the boredom and the repetitiveness of our ordinary lives. But what if we can look into the lives of the characters of our beloved and idealized painting? In this game we explore the lives of the main characters of iconic paintings, follow their struggle and witness their dissatisfaction. Each character wishes for a change: they all look at other paintings as they represent the solution to their problem, but as their protagonist comes to life we can see they all have struggles. Perfect happiness is possible only in the stillness of their dreams.
The player transitions from one painting to another after the completion of some small tasks that reveal the personality and the struggle of the protagonist of that painting. The connection to a painting and the next is the ambition of the protagonist to become something that the next painting represents.