Story: In a time of doom and gloom, when the Drag is real. Only the hippist cleric has the groovy to heal the soul. With the help of his cool cat instruments Hip will teach the Drag how to groovy. Gameplay: This game is an asynchronous co-op Rhythm action game that uses AirConsole. There is one player selected as the "Main" player, who must press the correct arrow on their phone to heal the creatures they encounter, otherwise they get attacked by the corrupted creature. The other players accompany the main player, and are placed with an instrument team. The more times they accurately press the icons, the greater the main player's heal power will become. If they press off-rhythm or incorrectly, the greater the creature's attack power becomes. Sound Notes: The 4 tracks in the main battle scene will only begin playing once a player has joined the particular instrument team. The team with the best buff for the main player will have the loudest track. Team: Creative Director: Douglas Cline Programming/Design: Nathan Hahn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/nathan-hahn-2952b061/ Programming: Jimmy Sambuo, Christopher Hopkins Art: Beau Griffith Sound Design: Douglas Isanogle Technical Notes: You may not be able to play this game without installing the Unity Project itself. See the AirConsole Ngrok guide for how to set up the project and play it. - https://developers.airconsole.com/#!/guides/unity-ngrok
Jam year: 
Party Maker (Sponsored by AirConsole)
The Roaring 20s
Hi, Rez!
MS Windows, Mac OS X
Tools and Technologies: 
Unity (any product)
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Jimmy, Nathan, Beau, Chris, Doug I., Doug C.

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