Cuévano is an adventure multiplayer game in which you must investigate the cure for a disease that has been spreading around the town. You must achieve this by using the scientific method and a set of tools that are given to you in a tablet, such as a map, a notebook, and a dictionary. You also have access to a chat in which you can discuss with other players.
The game has an in-game chat. Powered by SmartFoxServer 2X.
The game was codeveloped with Animactiva for a client.
Delivered to client in: 2014.
Cuévano is an educational adventure multiplayer game.
You can walk around the town, pick up colectable items (such as pictures and samples) and interview people.
The player can write notes, which are saved in files inside the client machine. This behaviour was achieved using shell scripts in Windows.
You can set points of interest (flags) around the map.
The chat server records the conversations for analysis. This was achieved with scripts in the server developed in Java.
The server has the ability to pause (and resume) the game in every client machine and control their progression.
Programmed in-game tablet navigation.
Custom engine for movement and collision detection.
In-game chat integration and scripting.
Developed app to control client machines from the server.
Developed behaviour to save notes from the players.
Luis Alejandro Salas Ortega
Carlos Alberto Alcalá Dávila
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