Human Parade

You (and possibly a friend) are an alien diplomat sent to Earth to prove that your species and humans can co-exist. Now you must adapt to terrestrial life and react appropriately to daily situations - just like a human would... "Human Parade" is a WarioWare-style puzzle game in which players have to pick a suitable action for each scenario they face. These actions are mapped to arduino-powered input devices that can range from beer bottles to coffee machines and IKEA shelves. Each time the game restarts, the correspondence between input and action is randomized. In absence of the custom input devices, the game can be played with the 0-9 buttons of a regular keyboard. Press each button once to leave the menu. In the following screen, you can test out the alien's actions and try to memorize them. Now it is time to apply them to daily human life - and to do so quickly, before the timer runs out...
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Non-digital game (board game, card game, physical game, sport, etc.), MS Windows
Tools and Technologies: 
Unity (any product)
Technology Notes: 
Arduinos were used to create "buttons" from various things around the jamsite, but the game is playable with a regular keyboard as well.

Jam Team:

Brenden Gibbons

Jana Stadele

Stefan Filff

Nita van der Velden

Wilco Boode



Kevin MacLeod

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