Cuneo, Joshua M
Japan (Multiple Cities)
Shotoku’s Defense is a virtual reality physics-based action game developed for the HTC Vive. The player must survive against enemies across five different locations in a stylized and abstract traditional Japanese temple. Using motion controls, players must harness the power of earth-based elemental attacks to create various rock formations. The combat system is based on physics, causing faster movement to do greater damage. Development occurred across three months at Ritsumeikan University’s Biwako-Kusatsu Campus in Japan. This paper details the design and implementation of the game.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Major Qualifying Project
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