Landing page of our website shows banner that our office is closed. Its background is the photographic interior of our office (spacious, with pillars, furniture, doors in back middle). Your cursor/pointer is “holding” a beaker of orange chemicals. The game has started. Within seconds you see a person – may be photograph or may be artistic hand-drawn version , either way these are cutout portraits of real people – running with low-fi, Jib-Jab style animation slowly across the screen. The runner passes behind pillars and furniture and may disappear for seconds at a time. Its objective is clearly the front doors, and you click your mouse near the running character. The orange beaker arcs and spins above the cursor location, shrinking with distance perspective and then gravity arcs it downward and it smashes against whatever background object is at the click point. You may need to define regions of the photograph and tag their distance from viewer; or paint that information into a hidden layer, or something. New people emerge from behind pillars or stairs and run quickly to a new hiding spot, or for the front doors and possible escape. If one reaches the front door, it opens and slams shut and you lose 1 Director (large temp caption on screen). If the orange splatter hits a Mole, show an unpleasant death animation; as many as 5 variant death types. Each time you throw a beaker, the scene becomes more scattered with broken glass, orange slime, and destruction. Sounds and cutout graphics should be implemented, but must be easily customisable (replaceable) by us. We also may want to add/modify/position text inserts
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Hi, I went through your requirement and feel comfortable to do this job. I have good experience in website design & development. Please initiate chat to discuss further.
Hi, I'm Aditya from Antpixel Studio, I Experienced in browser games, I developed more than 30 browser games (HTML5) in this 2 years.. you can see some of my browser game (HTML5) here [url removed, login to view]
That's very fun. I have good experience in Web development for over 10+ years. If you hire me, you will get the highest quality result. Please contact me, then I will prove myself.