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Us versus Them

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Short Introduction: 
“Us versus Them” is a Simulation that gives the player control over people that continuously are born, grow, reproduce and die. These people can Interact with other people (talking, fighting, or reproducing), and they need to feed to survive.
Platform/System: 
Windows
Brief Play Description: 

Autonomous people wander in their world... getting old, fighting, chatting, and even reproducing. You can direct them to do these actions the way you prefer, but remember: it's not very easy to maintain the balance, and avoid Extinction.

Hint: look at the colors. They are the core of everything.

Input:
Mouse Click:
Select Person;
Order to move;
Order to interact with other people;
Order to eat food; [Not Implemented]
Order to work. [Not Implemented]

Camera Zoom: + -
Move Camera: WASD [Not Implemented]

Achievements and Credits
GGJ-2011 Achievements: 
Breaking the 4th Wall: The game acknowledges itself as a game.
GGJ-2011 Achievements: 
Game for a Cause: The game is about a social or political issue that can be solved solely through increased awareness.
GGJ-2011 Achievements: 
Sim Something: The game has no explicit goals (other than any goals the players invent for themselves).
Team Image: 
Contributors: 
digitalgdi
Contributors: 
ever_neto
Contributors: 
carlos_henrique
Contributors: 
luanebulosa
Credits: 
Game Designer: Frank Malcher (digitalgdi) Game Programmer: Carlos Henrique (carlos_henrique) Game Artists: Netto (ever_neto) e Luana Nascimento (luanebulosa) Honorary Odalisque: Maria Eleonora :-]
Downloads
Installation Notes: 

Unizip. Then, run the .exe at /bin folder.

Design Notes:
The game is not feature complete. Food, Fighting and Land color changing mechanics couldn't be implemented; other mechanics, such as two adults of opposite sex reproducing, are working fine.

Implemented Features:
- Aging;
- Reproduction;
- Color Changing (buggy).

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Submitted at Vila Jammers (Brazil)

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