Don’t Mess with Texas

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There’s No Room for Vandals in the Lone Star State

Designed for educational purposes, Don’t Mess With Texas is a gamified component of a government drive to decrease littering by the public in Texas and neighborhood area. Featuring the gameplay dynamics of a classic side-scroller, the game is now in beta-testing and it will soon be available for iOS and Android users.

Don't Mess With Texas game development

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Concept art creation for Texas game
Concept art creation for Texas game
Concept art creation for Texas game

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Behind the Scenes
In the case of Don’t Mess With Texas, the client provided us with the general concept of what was desired. To meet their expectations, our programming team built the structure of the game using Unity. The work included developing a scoring algorithm, level designs and a logic for generating random gameplay-relevant assets. The purpose of the game — to educate children about the dangers of littering — informed our game designer’s decisions about level complexity, level progression schemes, and the reward systems. Our art team gives users a play-style choice by allowing the game to be played in two modes: flat vector (2D) and low-poly (2.5D).

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Results
The current generation of students are technologically native and, as a result, educational and governmental institutions are increasingly looking to adapt their strategies to fit this new reality. Don’t Mess With Texas serves as an example of how Game-Ace works with clients to render solutions that incorporate policy initiatives with contemporary technologies. When the game will be available, it will help to make the world a cleaner place.



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