JamTronics by Guess Whom Games

Two friends working in a robot repair plant. Player 1 gets a visual instruction from the boss, but player 2 can only be told verbally what to build. Can you match the features to create the perfect android within the time limit? Probably not. Guess Who meets Keep Talking And Nobody Explodes. Except with limited functionality because Unity was mean to us in the end and broke our UI and networking - expect an updated version some time! In the meantime, here's a how-to for this version: 1) Each player opens an instance of the game, and should select player 1 or 2. 2) Set a timer for 5 minutes, and generate the first face. Describe it to your colleague, who will attempt to recreate it! 3) When you're happy with your robot, press "Verify" and you'll each be presented with a number for each figure - if they match, check the appropriate box and the points will be added to your score! You can then move on to the next face. 4) If your timer runs out in the middle of a round, you can hit Verify to add the points from your progress so far to your total. Future plans: 1) Networked multiplayer, to allow the game to keep track of who's right. 2) Fix the UI. We know. It was rushed. 3) A leaderboard, so you can show off to your friends. Things we don't plan to add: Less terrifying art. Sorry, the cursed faces are staying.
Jam year: 
A kind of cooperation (sponsored by Sony Interactive Entertainment)
MS Windows, Mac OS X
Tools and Technologies: 
Unity (any product)

Blair: Art, narrative design

Ross: Code, music

Pip: Invaluable guest programmer

Various jammers & staff, a visiting friend, and a poster of Sir Alex Ferguson: Donation of Facial Features. And doughnuts. That was just from the friend. 

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Game Tags: 
Point & Click