Lost in CYBERSPACE - Co-op VR game for 2 players #js13kgames 2017
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README.md

Lost in CYBERSPACE

Lost in CYBERSPACE is a cooperative game designed for 2 players, each playing on a separate device. The only connection you need between each other is your voice. You can be in the same room or on the other part of the world, as long as you can hear each other.

One player takes a role of a HACKER lost in the CYBERSPACE maze of a corporate network. They need to move around CYBERSPACE, read the access codes to NAVIGATOR and find the TARGET node to hack it. But beware! Hacking wrong nodes will make you easier to locate and you will be lost in CYBERSPACE when the time runs out!

The other player takes a role of a NAVIGATOR who uses a terminal to decode the access codes they got from HACKER, read the map of CYBERSPACE and help HACKER find the way to the TARGET node.

This game is made for the js13kgames 2017 competition.

Authors

Bartek Szopka (@bartaz), Zofia Korcz (@calanthe)

License

MIT License, Copyright (c) 2017 Bartek Szopka & Zofia Korcz

Credits

Retro CRT like terminal styling based on https://codepen.io/somethingformed/pen/raWJXV demo.

Command line cat thanks to https://github.com/djui/nyancat