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Emo Kid In Toyland

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You take on the role of an emo kid, who has entered a fantastic toy store after hours. The player is looking for some specific toys of his dreams, the pogo stick, a walkman, 3-d specs, and balloons. Sadly you're too impatient to wait until you get out of the store to play with them, and so you must navigate past all the dangers of the store and get out while playing with all of them.

Team Information
Number of Members: 
7
Full Name / affiliation / email / role: 

Christopher Schmidt / Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah Campus / cschmi24atstudent [dot] scad [dot] edu / Project Lead, Lead Designer

Tyler Hawley / Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah Campus / thawle20atstudent [dot] scad [dot] edu / Designer, Artist

Sam Klein / Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah Campus / sklein21atstudent [dot] scad [dot] edu / Programmer, Artist

John Thompson / Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah Campus / jthomp29atstudent [dot] scad [dot] edu / Level Designer, Animator

Erica Scipione / Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah Campus / escipi20atstudent [dot] scad [dot] edu / Art Director, Artist

Susan 'Uzi' Souza / Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah Campus / usouza20atstudent [dot] scad [dot] edu / Sound Designer, Artist

Andres Oritz / Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah Campus / aoritzatscad [dot] edu / Lead Programmer, Artist

Contact: 

cschmi24atstudent [dot] scad [dot] edu

Game Submission
Version: 
1.0
Installation Notes: 

1. Unzip Emokid_in_Toyland.zip
2. open "Release" folder
3. Launch either Emokid.exe or Emokid.swf

Brief Play Description: 

Players use the arrow keys to move the character. Right moves right, left moves left, and up jumps. Players are collecting a variety of toys which they need to exit, but each item hinders the player in some ways and helps them in others.

Game Files: 
Game Characteristics: 
2D
Side Scroller
Platforms: 
Windows 98/2K/XP or DOS
Windows Vista
Web - Client side (Java/Flash/ASP/Javascript)

Team Uzi

Correction!

Andres Ortiz would like it known that his last name is spelled O-R-T-I-Z. ;)
And email: aortizatscad [dot] edu

Also, Erika is spelled with a k!
We went over these things, guys :P

Higgy

Love the concept by the way!

Love the concept by the way! I know we talked about the game earlier. :P
Nice Work :)

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