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Sonar Beat

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Sonar Beat

In Sonar Beat, your most valuable ally is rhythm. Your super secret nuclear base is under attack and only the most intense musical defense can save it! Boost your senses and launch a counter attack to the music and save your base.

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Super Nova

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Super Nova

Super Nova, the Narrative-Driven VR Rhythm Game is a first-person VR experience that puts the player in their own music video with RPG-like elements. The spiritual successor of PaRappa the Rapper in VR. Please check out the first game mode of Super Nova, the rap battle… An LCAD.edu Thesis, USC Gamepipe, and Koreographer™ game.

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Spartaga

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Spartaga

Spartaga is a VR Bullet-Hell action arcade game! Jump into a classic genre re-imagined for Virtual Reality. Spartaga's combat gameplay, intuitive controls, challenging enemies, and arcade atmosphere will immerse you in the action.

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Tale Things: 3 Goats and a Troll

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Tale Things: 3 Goats and a Troll

TaleThings brings you the very best of high-quality story book apps.

With top-notch production values and professional voice acting in different languages, our story book apps are designed in such a way that they can be enjoyed by teachers and families with children from a wide range of ages.

Our first book is called "3 Goats and a Troll" and will be available on the App Store on March 29th 2017.

Currently supported languages are: 
English, Chinese (Simplified), Spanish, French, Dutch and Norwegian.

"This was a one man job by me, Jelle Husson (story, design, art, programming) except for the voicework which was done by actors. As you might have already learned, I used Koreographer to sync the voice files with the word highlighting in the subtitles, so kids can read along with the narrator.


Very happy I found out about your plugin for that, and I'm already recommending it to other developers and to students to which I teach part-time."
 

Website: http://www.talethings.com/

Twitter: TaleThings

Facebook: TaleThings

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