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Pacman muss sterben

Ein neuer Versuch die "Einsamkeit" von Computerusern zu durchbrechen, wurde am Viktoria-Institut von Göteborg (Schweden) unternommen. Dabei können mehrere Computerdisplays zusammengeschaltet werden, um ein weltbekanntes Spiel gemeinsam zu spielen. Hier der Text im Original:
Pac-Man Must Die!

Pac-Man Must Die! is a collaborative game created using our OpenTrek platform for two or more players. The game is a "reversal" of the classic arcade-game Pac-Man, which had the main character (Pac-Man) chased by ghosts of different colors. Here, each player instead controls a ghost and must collect "dots", while at the same time avoiding being captured by yellow Pac-Man monsters. To win the game, the player must collect all the dots matching the color of her own ghost. However, some of the dots are located on the displays of other players? devices! The player can enter another person?s handheld display by using ?doors? at the edges of the map. Each door has a unique color, matching the color of another player?s ghost. When a player has entered the display of another computer she has to look at the other user?s display to control her ghost. There are a total of ten different levels in the game, each with a unique layout. Each handheld device represents a unique virtual world to the other devices. The game is entirely peer-to-peer, so players can join and leave the game session at any time.

Pac-Man Must Die was created by Alexander Jaako, Annelie Lundén and Staffan Lönn. The game is included in the binary end-user distribution of OpenTrek.

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Pacman muss sterben

Ein neuer Versuch die "Einsamkeit" von Computerusern zu durchbrechen, wurde am Viktoria-Institut von Göteborg (Schweden) unternommen. Dabei können mehrere Computerdisplays zusammengeschaltet werden, um ein weltbekanntes Spiel gemeinsam zu spielen. Hier der Text im Original:
Pac-Man Must Die!

Pac-Man Must Die! is a collaborative game created using our OpenTrek platform for two or more players. The game is a "reversal" of the classic arcade-game Pac-Man, which had the main character (Pac-Man) chased by ghosts of different colors. Here, each player instead controls a ghost and must collect "dots", while at the same time avoiding being captured by yellow Pac-Man monsters. To win the game, the player must collect all the dots matching the color of her own ghost. However, some of the dots are located on the displays of other players? devices! The player can enter another person?s handheld display by using ?doors? at the edges of the map. Each door has a unique color, matching the color of another player?s ghost. When a player has entered the display of another computer she has to look at the other user?s display to control her ghost. There are a total of ten different levels in the game, each with a unique layout. Each handheld device represents a unique virtual world to the other devices. The game is entirely peer-to-peer, so players can join and leave the game session at any time.

Pac-Man Must Die was created by Alexander Jaako, Annelie Lundén and Staffan Lönn. The game is included in the binary end-user distribution of OpenTrek.

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