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Multiplayer game about emergency services - Police, Fire, EMS. Solo project on Unity for PC/Mac/Linux.

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Hi indieDB, my first post. I would like to present my solo project that I have been working on couple of years, a single and multiplayer game about emergency services - Police, Fire, EMS.

The main focus is a co-op gameplay working on emergency services with departments players choose, optionally in the multiplayer the room owner can open a civilian role for couple of players for cops & robbers scenarios or others.

This is still a WIP.

Using Unity engine and visual scripting plugin Playmaker, loving it!

Here are some videos of the process (1. Older to 7. newer):

1. Get in/out of a vehicle

2. Shooting and seats

3. Car chase

4. Fire extinguisher and cones

5. Traffic stop with UI menu

6. Medics mission test with injury UI

7. First attempt on rescue mission, stuck in car crash

Hope you like the project, feel free to comment and follow,
Thanks!

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cocomendes
cocomendes

LOOKS AWESOME BRO! KEEP IT UP

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Thanks a lot!

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UnDerBY
UnDerBY

Looks nice.. ┬┐Need 32 or 64 bit's system?

If u want spanish translation i help free ofc :D

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Thanks! Actually I am now working on multi language support, however at this point I am not sure if the translation will be given to community or done by contract as showing it to public could expose mission briefings and spoil the experience. Still a thing to think about.

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UnDerBY
UnDerBY

First I would like to try it to see if the game works well for me. I have seriousness in my own and the free translation in forum could set up a translation team.

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Guest
Guest

Looks absolutely incredible! Can't wait to see it released! - Nick Markozov

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Thanks Nick!

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