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"Karoshi!" is a multiplayer-only strategy game in the style of "Dungeon Keeper", made with Unity3D. Build an office, recruit employees, and destroy the desk of the adversary company boss with your mobbers and vandals!

The game was made in 1.5 months as an entry for a small competition on the German game development forum [url="http://zfx.info/"]ZFX[/url]. Possible themes were "bureaucracy", "chocolate", "storm" and "oil", and we picked the first two. Thus, employees which were attacked by interns or mobbers have to heal themselves on vending machines with chocolate bars.

[img]http://www.schwarzisteinefarbe.de/pics/img/karoshi_screen.jpg[/img]

[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nbSGIa21dVY[/media]

You can get more information and downloads on [url="http://fholio.de/index.php?p=karoshi"]my website[/url]. Play the Webplayer-Version [url="http://www.sonenhals.de/karoshi/"]here[/url]! Visit the creators on [url="http://www.sonenhals.de/"]sonenhals.de[/url] or [url="http://www.ratking.de/"]ratking.de[/url]. Music was downloaded from [url="http://www.incompetech.com/"]Kevin MacLeod[/url].

Please tell me if you played the game with a friend. =)


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Hey I haven't had a chance to try playing this with anyone yet but it looks pretty good. I'm definitely inspired to keep learning more stuff so I can start making games at a higher level. I checked out your portfolio too, and I was impressed by Hals uber kopf and moon laser duo. Keep up the good work man!

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Thank you very much! I don't know if we're making games at a level high enough now, but I can tell that thanks to authoring systems like Unity3D, I really began to concentrate on the game logic. Which in return helped to be faster in the whole process - very rewarding, I can only recommend it. :)

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Woah, Unity seems like a pretty good choice for a game engine. I think I need to learn some more programming fundamentals before I move onto other things though, I don't want to get too ahead of myself.

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