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Making a video game in two days with Tilt Brush and UnityMaking a video game in two days with Tilt Brush and UnityEMEA Program Manager

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Imagine you’re playing a video game, and you’re being attacked by a gang of angry space aliens. Wouldn’t it be great if you could just paint an object in 3D space and use it to defend yourself? A talented team of artists and game fanatics explored this very premise at Global Game Jam 2018, a game development hackathon. Seeing Tilt Brush as a fast, powerful and fun 3D asset creation tool, the team at Another Circus used the Tilt Brush Toolkit to create a virtual reality game in less than 48 hours.

“Pac Tac Atac” casts you as a space adventurer who has landed on an alien planet and needs to beam a rescue message into intergalactic space. But watch out, the locals are angry and in the mood to smash your transmitter. It’s up to you to keep them away!

What the aliens don’t know is that you’re armed with two cans of spray paint, that let you  magically draw any object in your imagination to defend yourself.

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