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Coming into our third week of development on Pawcho, once the high concept and mechanics had been nailed down, it was time to talk about narrative.
Ultimately we chose to go with narrative separation, and placed them at the end of the levels to prevent this problem for arising.The idea is to give part of the game to children, and part to the adult.Dates: November 30 - December 4, 2016 More » DOXA, presented by the non-profit Documentary Media Society, is Western Canada's largest documentary film festival; it brings the best in independent and Canadian documentaries to Vancouver every May.As the Following the Vancouver Pride Parade and Pride Festival (which always takes place in early August), this annual film fest brings the best in world, queer independent cinema to Vancouver.We wanted Pawcho to be both a story and coloring book in one, and at no point did we want the narrative to feel forced or unnecessary.
Each level of Pawcho involves a child interacting with several letters, tracing and filling them in to complete a task for our brave police dog to help him along his journey to rescue the ABC’s.
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We pictured Pawcho as a game that could be played as a collaborative effort between parent and child.