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Overview

Responsibility

Narrative

Game Design

INTENT, stands for Interactive Tool for Empathy in Neurotypicals, is a narrative-based interactive experience for neurotypicals (NT) to gain better understanding and empathy towards autistic people (AP) in the workplace and be their allies

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Game Demo

Gameplay

Overview

Project basic settings

Platform

WebGL

Tool Used

Unity, Yarn Spinner

Team

5 Members

Duration

4 Months

My Role

Game Designer,

Narrative Designer,

Programmer

My Responsibility

What I did in the project

INTENT is a 4-month project with 5 team members consisting of artists, narrative designers, game designers, and programmers. I am the team's game designer, narrative designer, and programmer. I also created some 3D art assets for the game.

Game Design

  • The core game loop

  • The relationship between conversation, tasks, and interactions

  • Task designs

  • Level design

Narrative Design

  • The overall story of the game

  • Tasks with stories

  • Some generic conversation dialogs

Programming

  • The tasks system

  • The event system​

 

​3D Art

  • Furniture in the office

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Narrative

In Progress

Characters

Core Game Loop

The process of the game

Tutorial

The game begins with the player entering the office, starting off with a straightforward coffee-making task to help players become familiar with the mechanics.

Tasks

Tasks are derived from interactions, and the narrative unfolds through the completion of these tasks.

Interactions

The interactive elements include conversations and actions, both have the ability to either complete tasks, advance task progression, or introduce new tasks.

Clear Tasks

Get Tasks

Transformation

Through this experience, players have the opportunity to gain valuable insights into their interactions with autistic individuals. By fostering a deeper understanding and empathy, they are encouraged to become allies, promoting inclusivity and support for individuals on the autism spectrum in the workspace

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