what do you mean that you can see zacs password the whole time
P. I. N.
A downloadable game for Windows
You're going home after a long day of work... you arrive at your building, but wait! What's your PIN number? Was it 6... 5.... gosh darn it, you forgot it again! And you forgot your phone on the same day, so you can't call for help! What a tragedy! Seems like you'll have to look for help in the PIN machine itself...
This is essentially a Pony Island clone which takes the theme (The Game is a Liar), these "hacking" games and 4th wall breaking to a whole new level. Pleeeease play it if you can; it's much better to experience it all yourself.
I spent a total of 5 days making this game, with 2 days designing and prepping. P.I.N. was made for the 2019 Community Game Jam.
I (89o) made everything myself, EXCEPT:
- the background monitor noise, made by toiletrolltube on FreeSound.org,
- the phone pick-up and put-down sounds, made by CGEffex on FreeSound.org,
- a bunch of fonts that were pre-installed on my computer.
NOTE: For some reason Robert keeps saying the same thing sometimes. If that happens to you, just restart the game and it should work. I have no idea what causes this - it worked every time for me.
NOTE 2: You can see the password to Zach Roic's account all the time.
NOTE 3: You can type in the textboxes.
|Made with||GameMaker: Studio, Audacity, Paint.net|
|Tags||2D, Atmospheric, community-jam, Escape Game, GameMaker, Pixel Art, Point & Click, Singleplayer, virtual-os|
|Average session||A few minutes|
|Accessibility||Color-blind friendly, Subtitles, Interactive tutorial, One button|
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Yeah, I agree, it was an easy password to just guess, but that's not the point. After some time, the guy says, "Is that a help button on the keypad?" and then you start an adventure. In hindsight, I probably should've made the number more complex, but then again, it fuels a joke later on in the story, so idk.