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LEARN: Tags

LEARN: Tags - The Most Innovative and Exciting Graffiti Game You'll Play

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iPW9zqUOaT4

LEARN: Tags will offer users multiple game modes that are all centered around graffiti and street art. Users will be immersed in a dystopian world where the government has outlawed creativity and has been brainwashing its citizens. The main game’s stealth missions are all about spray painting over mind-controlling signals without being seen. There will be items to help users stay hidden from the state’s surveillance and bring their painting to new heights. If users would rather create their own graffiti art without disruption, practice mode allows a safe and realistic simulation of spray painting. Users will even be able to share their art onto social media. Another cool feature of LEARN: Tags is the use of an in-game currency to customize characters and unlock more painting features and levels. We are excited for users to explore our unique in-game environments and really take their graffiti to new lengths.

 

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On 11/22/2016 at 3:41 PM, LEARN: Tags said:

 

Users will be immersed in a dystopian world where the government has outlawed creativity and has been brainwashing its citizens.

 

So, it's real life but eats up more GPU time?

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/e-squaredlearning/learn-tags/

 

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Another potential risk is the difficulty in creating the most realistic spray painting physics as possible. There are many subtleties in the science behind spray painting and to capture that in a digital form has many challenges.

Detailed simulation of the effects of air on a massive cloud of atomized, positively charged liquid clusters of paint followed by their collision with an uneven surface (and resultant clumping / dripping / spatter) is definitely an integral part of the experience.  

 

All joking aside I was kinda hoping for something to be here for some reason, but even the youtube link just errors out on me. 

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