Show Me Where it Hertz

Show Me Where it Hertz ----- Tanner Netterville, Jesse Keogh, Jasper Groot, Jesse Page, Jason Brooks, Mitch Kluge, Drew Martin, Richard Whitfield, Greg Stephen, Nate Lehman, Sean Williams ----- You're a lonely repair bot nearing the end of your service. As your successor enters the atmosphere you see trouble in the sky. The replacement bot goes off course and, after a rough flight, makes a crash landing a few kilometers away. You don't have much battery left - maybe enough to detach your drone and take a look around. If you can find some worker bots in the area, they should respond to certain pitches you transmit to them. If you can make it to the crashed bot, you just might be able to save the mission. ----- Show Me Where it Hertz is an asymmetrical multiplayer game in VR. Player One, at the PC, is the stationary Repair Bot. Player Two, in VR, is the detachable drone named Hertz that Repair Bot can direct around the scene to examine the puzzle. Player One can directly transmit audio from Repair Bot through Hertz' loud speaker to communicate with Worker Bots. Each Worker Bot has a Transmitter that responds to a different pitch emitted by Repair Bot. Once Hertz is in range of a Worker Bot's Transmitter, Repair Bot can vocalize a pitch through the microphone to be transmitted via Hertz to the Worker Bot. While the proper pitch is being emitted, the Worker Bot will activate and perform its task. Perform the tasks in the right sequence to complete the puzzle, enabling Repair Bot to move one step closer to its crashed companion.
Jam year: 
2018
Diversifiers: 
ART - Stranger Things
DESIGN - Under the Influence
Platforms: 
MS Windows, Virtual Reality platform
Tools and Technologies: 
Unity (any product), Virtual reality head mount display (Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, etc.)
Credits: 

Tanner Netterville

Jesse Keogh

Jasper Groot

Jesse Page

Jason Brooks

Mitch Kluge

Drew Martin

Richard Whitfield

Greg Stephen

Nate Lehman

Sean Williams