!!!NOTE: This project is temporarily on hold, and the description below is no longer fully accurate.***
Brantisky Robotics presents a simulation in which you may test your skills with the 12th model (B-12) of our security and defense robots. You will explore a variety of environments while facing puzzles and acrobatic challenges, battling many other Brantisky Robotics models such as B-1, B-2, B-3, B-4, etc. along the way.
When Phillip Foshee first read about the Oculus Rift Kickstarter campaign in November of 2012, he realized that he could finally achieve his dream of being a certain robot with a plasma-gun for an arm. Unfortunately, that particular robot is the intellectual property of someone who has left it to collect dust, so Phillip decided to design his own. That robot is called B-12.
This game is a solo-effort (design+code+art+sound+music) being developed with Unity, Blender, Gimp, Ableton Live, and Nanostudio.
This shows a good amount of what has been implemented in the game so far, although there is still a good ways to go in terms of special weapons, more complicated puzzles, more traps etc. Aside from the main hub, what you see here is all from the first "zone" (of which there will be four). The yellow zone is already quite large, but it will probably grow and evolve a bit more by the time the game is fully realized. Anyway, here's the trailer. Enjoy! =]
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