Ecological Mobile Game in AR

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  1. Proximacities

    Proximacities New Member

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    Hey Guys,

    We are a group of students working for a school project where we decided to develop a mobile Game Using unity. We would love to hear your opinions and feedback about it.

    Here is the link to our website (any feedback about the site is also welcome): https://proximacities.com/games.php

    Our game is for now only available for Android devices, here is the link to our APK: https://proximacities.com/dl.php?file=proxima_dev.apk.

    Gameplay

    Proxima Cities is a city building game, playable with two different views, both 2D and AR with a different kind of development strategy. Focused on ecology principles to teach and educate the youth and every single player about the importance of ecology in our lives.

    The player will manage his city via 2 main screens. A 2D screen menu, where he will be able to manage his city from a top simple view, to construct and sell buildings, like in old SimCity games. And most importantly an AR scene to view his city in 3 dimensions, in which the player could get more information and visual feedback about his city and citizens' status. The player’s goal is to make his city grow, caring about keeping his citizens and city healthy.

    Here is an old teaser we did to see how the game is like:


    We are trying to get as much feedback as we can, so please feel free to fill our form so that we can get better: https://proximacities.com/Feedback.php



    Thank you so much for your time,

    Proximacities,
     

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