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Game Information
Short Introduction: 
You play a snakey wormey type of creature living on a digital stuff planet.
Platform note: 
Windows by default and we are going to try and make it run on tablets
Brief Play Description: 

DubSnake is a pretty hungry guy.
But he needs to watch his diet.
Eating Good Stuff makes him grow.
Eating bad Stuff makes him shrink.
Eating too much bad stuff might kill him.
He also has a tendency to bite his own tail off...
DubSnake is a pretty hungry guy.

On a more serious note:
You play a snake like entity and you navigate a sphere world
The controls are simple, the snake follows the mouse pointer (this was done in order to ease the port on tablets)
On said world, there are white and red pills
Eating white pills makes the snakes tail grow longer
Eating red pills makes the snake’s tail shrink
The speed of the snake is directly connected to the length of it’s tail
The score system represents the snakes health.
You start with a set number of health and if you go below zero, you die
The number of points given by the white pills are connected to the speed of the snake when eating them. (more speed = more points)
The number of points removed by the red pills are connected to the current health of the snake. (more points = heavier setback)
Going through your own tail with the snakes head severs the tail at that position, effectively reducing speed but it does not impact the health of the snake.
The music is layered and we launch loops based on the speed of the snakes, the faster you go the more complete the music experience is. (still needs to be implemented)

Like us on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/DubSnake/355637467798748
Post Mortem: http://adesignperspective.wordpress.com/2012/01/31/dubsnake/

Diversifiers and Credits
Team Image: 
Art : Mederick Chasse Code : Daniel Mendez - Thierry Dornéval Design: Pascal Bélanger Sound Design : Jimmy Poujade
Installation Notes: 

If you have trouble crashing, try running in vista compatibility mode.

We're looking into it...

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