Transmission Impossible

When's the last time you sent an email? Made a phone call? Watched a YouTube video? How about the last time you used the internet? Information is constantly moving around us, on a spectrum that's invisible to the human eye. Millions upon millions of signals are being transmitted, sent, or received at any given time, and one can only imagine how densely packed and chaotic those signals are. In fact, it's a miracle that one signal can reach it's goal through all of the noise other signals generate. Our game follows the impossible mission of a single signal trying to reach it's final destination, navigating intense internet traffic, phone calls, radio waves, and more to complete its journey. Will you survive the waves of cat videos, memes, spam, and instant messages? Can you find your way through the cacophony of radio stations broadcasting all around you? Will your lone signal make it through the noise and interference, or will you be lost in a sea of invisible waves? Will this be a transmission impossible? More information available on the Devpost page:
Jam year: 
Android device
Tools and Technologies: 
Unity (any product)
Installation Instructions: 

Transmission Impossible is primarily made for mobile devices, so we recommend downloading the .apk file in the release folder to your Android phone. If you do not have an Android phone or easy access to your mobile device, you can download the PC version (.exe file and _Data folder and UnityPlayer.dll).


This project was created by UC San Diego undergraduates Kristin Agcaoili, Anish Kannan, and Connor Smith.

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