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[Free][WebBased][3D Platformer][Procedurally Generated] Smell The Roses

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Smell The Roses is a 3D Platfomer I made in unity engine for the sake of researching Procedural Generation in 3D Platformers. At the end of each level you will be prompted if you'd like to submit data via google form or email. It is VERY easy to participate in the study, if you click send an email you will be brought to a gmail page with the email already composed and all you have to do is click send. If you choose the google form please just fill in the form based on the information given to you when you finish a level. If you don't wish to finish a level pause the game with escape and then press quit game and you will be brought to the data submission page. Please participate in the study as all you have to do is play the game as much or as little as you'd like and submit data each time you finish a level.


Things For the Game:

     You can sprint, and double jump

     The Bug Spray is your health because if you get attacked by a bug with no bug spray you're screwed

     If you jump on top of a bug you gonna squash that loser to the 9th dimension.

     If you have a pop up blocker please either allow pop ups for the web page (It considers the opening of the google form and email as pop ups) or use the google form link that is below the game in the description


Enjoy the game and please help with the research :)


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