Justin Case: License to Print

(2019)

Justin Case: License to Print is a spy themed escape room created as part of the 2019 Game Design and Fabrication internship at the Two Bit Circus Foundation (2BCF). Our goal for this game was to create a portable escape room the 2BCF could bring to classrooms in order to teach students how to use 3D print pens.

The notorious criminal, Jacque DuLuxe, has stolen the Venus De Milo's arms. The players' mission, should they chose to accept it, is to work through DeLuxe's puzzle boxes and find the arms before he must legally be release from custody in 25 minutes! Each puzzle is modular, meaning that the order of the puzzles can be swapped.

Showcases

2019

  • Two Bit Circus Beta Night, August

 

Gameplay & Progress Photos

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Games & Playable Media BA

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I have been making games since 2011. My primary focus is on design, but I particularly enjoy...

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