Game: Rescue Party
Genre: Party Game Platform: Mobile Max. Player: 6 To avoid people play on their own mobile phone when meeting up. A mobile party game is invented to help a group of people to interact when hanging out together. Players need to find out how many people are trapped in a disaster scene. Player has 15 sec each, use one finger to touch and scan various location of the scene to count how many heart beat sources are hidden in the scene. If player places his finger near to a source, he will hear heat beat. Then player has to input the number of people he finds in the end of the 15 seconds section. Before the next player, player can remove and replace with other ambient noise to distract the next player. When all the players finished, a result will be shown and see who has counted the most accurate number of people in the scene. Player must NOT tell other players the answer before the game ends.
Stay Inside The Box: The whole game takes place in just one screen, no scrolling or changing screens in any way is allowed.
No cheating (please): The game system relies on willing player participation to enforce the rules of the game world (e.g., hold your breath, close your eyes, etc.).
More the Merrier: The game is a competitive or cooperative multiplayer "party game" (i.e., based on minigames, humor, 4+ players, audience engagement, etc.), meant for one screen or more.
Bigger Picture: The game touches on a political, environmental or social issue.
Executable or Installer
- Ideal Screen Resolution: 800x480
- Android Version 2.3.4 or older
- Adobe Air must be installed before game installation
Microsoft Windows Phone
Web browser with special plugins (Unity player, Torque,...)
Sunday, January 27, 2013 - 07:35
Derek Lam - Producer & Game Designer
Pierre Fung - Game Designer & Sound Engineer
Leo Lee - Game Tester
Sunny Chow - Programmer
Nelson Lee - Graphic Designer
Louise Lu - Graphic Designer & Snack Provider