A downloadable game

Gambling Paradise: The Escape Call is played on television. 

To guide your AI partner :
- you must give indications of movement with a phone using an operational voice recognition technology,
- you can change your camera using physical buttons to have an overview of the casino,
...and thus allow your accomplice to avoid the guards!

You'll have to find the right phone numbers on the board in front of you and dial them on the phone keyboard, the numbers are hidden in old newspaper articles or old advertising posters. 

You can also plan your accomplice’s movement by using the physical map of the casino which is placed on the desk. 

To collect the inputs from both the telephone's keypad and the camera's buttons we use an Arduino card that collects and sends them directly into Unity. 

  • Vintage fixed telephone
  • Cathode-ray TV
  • Casino’s map
  • Camera control’s remote
  • Cork board with information pinned (ie. hidden phone numbers that the player can call)

 The casino is in a vintage aesthetic and makes reference to famous movies such as The Italian Job, 007 : Casino Royal or OSS 117. There are also references to cult infiltration and heist games such as PAYDAY 2, Hitman or Metal Gear.

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GAME DESIGN

  • Baptiste BARREYRE : Concept creator - Game designer, Level Designer & Level Builder
  • Simon DEJEAN : Concept creator - Project Coordinator, Game Designer & Level Designer
  • Tobias ORANGE : Concept creator - Game Designer & Level Designer, Trailer Assembler

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Install instructions

REMINDER : The .exe is publicly available but it is MANDATORY to have the original setup to be able to fully play "Gambling Paradise: The Escape Call".

  • Step 1: Download the folder
  • Step 2: Extract the folder
  • Step 3: Open the extracted folder
  • Step 4: Launch "Gambling Paradise: The Escape Call"

Download

Download
GamblingParadise-TheEscapeCall.zip 189 MB

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