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Martin Nicolas HandfieldBy Martin Nicolas Handfield
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Martin Nicolas HandfieldBy Martin Nicolas Handfield
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Funding for this project was canceled by the project creator on Jan 19 2017

About

The Game

Close your eyes for a second and imagine that you are comfortably lying on a beach in the Caribbean. Your naked feet are buried in the hot sand and you can feel the salty breeze gently blowing in your hair. But what is that sound you're hearing? The quiet crashing of the waves? The gentle swaying of palm trees? Perhaps what you're hearing is a volley ball game in full swing taking place a few yards away... Or maybe none of the above, maybe what you're hearing is loud salsa music and drunken revelry in full sway. Maybe that smell reaching your expectant nostrils is not brime from a fresh Caribbean breeze, but an open sky roast and the unmistakable scent of spilled rum and fancy cocktails...

What your future Caribbean All-Inclusive Resort could look like...
What your future Caribbean All-Inclusive Resort could look like...

All of this depends on the kind of all inclusive resort you've decided to build and run. Running a successful all inclusive resort in the Caribbean is, after all, one challenging endeavor rife with choices galore... So many aspects to juggle while catering to an eclectic crowd of patrons, to say the least. Are you going to aim for a Spring Break style resort, complete with beer bongs, waterslides, tequila slammers and all-night parties, or would you rather try to attract family-oriented patrons with kids-friendly attractions? Perhaps you want to go for the more intellectual-minded crowd. Why not try and lure some of those retired backpackers with trips to forgotten ruins and language courses? Or go straight for the jet setters, with trapeze lessons, 5 stars cuisine from world-renowned chefs and why not, a private jet landing strip...

The choice is yours. You can go for the clientele you want, you can even try to attract them all, but good luck with that! Loud music and beach reading hardly go hand in hand, unless you think ahead and explore all your options. Oh, and did we mention the dolphins and catamaran rides? As you can see, there's plenty for you to do here.

Pre-Alpha screenshot running on Unity3D - Zoomed Out
Pre-Alpha screenshot running on Unity3D - Zoomed Out

The game starts with you, a starry-eyed promoter with big dreams and a limited budget, purchasing your very own corner of paradise to stake your claim. You'll probably want to start with a simple hotel on the beach, bed and breakfast style, couple of rooms, easy access to the beach and why not, a retired cook to try and whip up miracles with the limited resources available locally (think seafood and tropical fruits). But as you start gaining traction, you'll need to manage your budget smartly. A fresh coat of paint or a brand new disco, complete with next generation karaoke gear? Wifi internet access (for those patrons who just can't disconnect) or massage tables on the beach? Again, choice is yours... Experiment!

Pre-Alpha screenshot running on Unity3D - Zoomed In - No Guests Yet!
Pre-Alpha screenshot running on Unity3D - Zoomed In - No Guests Yet!

Similar Games

There is obviously no game like this on the market right now, but it helps to draw some comparisons. Imagine then a cross between Sim City and The Sims, only where you get to build an All-Inclusive Resort in the Caribbean. Throw in bits and pieces from your favorite Will Wright's Sim Games in there and mix in a healthy dose of humor and irony. 

So you start with a little private beach with just enough money to build a simple hostel. Your first guests will soon arrive, probably via bus to begin with. Zooming in on your guests, you'll be able to see comic book style bubbles over their heads with icons explaining their current state of mind. Are they tired? Excited? Bored? Thirsty? Drunk? You'll get all the insight you need in order to adjust accordingly what you are building, where you are building it, or what mini game you should be focusing on at any given time to ensure the success of your resort... Oh and did we mention there will be plenty of irony? Yeah, we'll be poking fun at those vacationers for sure...

Supported Platforms

Supported Platforms (Mac, Windows, iOS and Android)
Supported Platforms (Mac, Windows, iOS and Android)

The game will initially be made available in alpha on both Mac and PC, and ultimately on tablets (both iOS and Android). Indeed, it is our belief that this game was meant to be played on the beach, with a tablet and a cold rum-based cocktail (or straight rum skip the rocks like true Cubans do).

Cast of Characters

Let us now introduce you to some of the characters will be looking after in your little corner of paradise. Bear in mind that those are archetypes, true tourists come in all shapes and sizes, but most should fall into one (or more) of the following categories:

The Yuma
The Yuma

The Yuma is a balding, 50-something male with a protuberant belly and a tendency to drink too much. Sporting a garish Hawaiian shirt with his trademark Panama straw hat, he insists on wearing socks in his sandals. His main objective in going to your all-inclusive resort is betting it all on the stranger's attraction effect (a theory he actually trademarked) and going after the local ladies, preferably in their twenties. Showing complete disregard for local customs, he is especially fond of the Debutante, though we must admit the feeling is far from being reciprocal...

The Yuma in all its 3D Glory (no textures)
The Yuma in all its 3D Glory (no textures)

 

The Yuma, kicking back at the bar, checking the local fauna.
The Yuma, kicking back at the bar, checking the local fauna.

 

The Maceta
The Maceta

All that glitter may not be gold, but all gold has to glitter. A lot. The Maceta has got it made overseas. Born locally on the Island, he has since then emigrated and worked for a spell in a big city to the north. He’s coming back to chill and kick back in the island, while also displaying his new status has someone of importance. A garish gold watch on his wrist complement perfectly the bike chain-sized gold he wears around his neck. Drinking rum by the glass for breakfast, and chain-smoking cigarettes, The Maceta is generally very loud and mostly annoying to anyone, tourists and staff alike. 

The Debutante
The Debutante

Sporting a skimpy bikini (or monokini if your resort will allow for this sort of garment) at all time, the Debutante has rich tastes and very low tolerance for trivialities such as waiting in line for more than 5 minutes or running out of hot water during her daily shower marathon. She never travels anywhere without her pet chihuahua, so your resort has better be pet friendly. Shopping is her favorite activity (right after being stared at by men), so you better make sure to stock your tiendas (boutiques) with designer items. Wooden tribal sculptures, cigar-smoking clay figurines and seashell ashtrays just won't cut it, sorry.

The Douchebag
The Douchebag

The Douche Bag, or Douche for short, is a lean, trim-cut kid with tribal tattoos, numerous piercings, and the attitude to go with all of it. He wears his hair long on the top (with plenty of gel) and shaved on the side, carefully bleached. He is a fervent practitioner of full-body waxing, and sports no other hair whatsoever. His knowledge of local customs is abysmal, but he shows great fervor in chanting the virtues of largely unheard of local folklore. He apparently has seen and heard it all, and everyone would be well-advised to listen to the pearls of wisdom he so kindly distribute left and right on a daily basis. Always slightly intoxicated, he is however never quite drunk. He really, really likes working out on the beach though, as this allows him to work on his muscle tone and get a tan too. His usual breakfast consists of a hearty protein shake, with maybe a few raw eggs throw in for good measure, so make sure you keep your tiendas stocked appropriately.

the Bag Lady

The Bag Lady is well into her fifties, and still single. She usually travels with a lady friend of hers, two damsels in distress enjoying the beauties of paradise. Overweight beyond the point of comprehension, she seems to have somehow fused with her oversized, doubly-insulated coffee mug, which she keeps filled with much stronger stuff than coffee. Usually a quite savant mix of liquor and soft drink, carefully measured to allow her to stay permanently buzzed but still able to walk and flirt with any local boy interested in an experienced woman like her. When not chatting up the masculine staff of your resort, you can probably find her lazily floating in one of your pools, with a double spread of thick sunscreen lacquered all over, something that is sure to clog your filters. Just make sure she doesn't pass out and drown. No, seriously, don't skimp on your lifeguards.

that New Age Guy

Here's another one who has seen (and experienced !) it all. That New Age Guy is of indiscernable age really. Heck, he could over a hundred for all we know. He sports his hair long, dirty and in dreads. Wrinkled beyond comprehension from too many hours spent in the sun (in various states of consciousness), he can extol on the virtues of peyote for hours. His knowledge of local culture and history is actually quite good, if a little tinted with shamanic traditions, lines of natural energy from Mother Earth, and where to find the best life crystals (or mushrooms) on the island. The funniest thing is, he's usually seen around the Debutante. Go figure what these two are up to. Someone has daddy issues. You can attract this type of tourist by building a shamanic lodge on your resort, or at least a musty old library full of mysterious tomes in forgotten languages.

the Backpacker

The Backpacker knows fully well she is committing the ultimate sin by coming to your all-inclusive resort, but for some reason, yours actually caught her eye. Most likely, she came into some real money and decided to take a well-deserved break from all those cockroaches-infested youth hostels… Parking her flea-infested, green canvas, over-sized backpack for a while, she insists she's here only to learn about local customs and mingle with real people. All the while drinking vast amounts of alcohol and boring everyone to death with stories of her previous travels around the world. "You haven't truly lived until you've seen the sun set in Manila..." and so on, and so forth. *Yawn*...

What can you build?

Build it and they shall come, as the saying goes. But what exactly can you build on your little corner of Paradise? Well, quite a lot as it turns out. Let's take a look at some of the things you can add to your All Inclusive Caribbean Resort, and we'll let you guess what kind of tourists they will tend to attract...

Disco

A no-brainer, really. You need an indoor place where guests can gather to dance and drink the night away. Obviously very useful too when a pesky tropical storm is brewing (yes, there will be tropical storms) and guests are running away from the torrents of water suddenly pouring from the sky. Can be upgraded with full karaoke gear, extra fancy lighting fixtures (including the ubiquitous disco mirror ball), a band stage (for those touring bands you'll want to recruit), even an indoor water slide and why not, a mechanical bull. Have fun. Experiment!

Pools

Twistin' by the pool anyone?
Twistin' by the pool anyone?

Whether fresh water, of salt water, you are going to need more than a few pools. For some guests, it matters very little that the warm waters of the Caribbean are just a stone throw away; they are adamant in staying all day long lounging by the pool or lazily (drunkenly) floating on its tepid waters. Can be upgraded with a bar, either by the pool, or in the pool, where guests can drink 24/7 with their bums safely tucked underwater. Make sure to invest in extra chlorine, for obvious reasons. Other upgrades include a volley ball net (for the sports buffs out there), a diving school (to prep would-be divers before hitting the sea), aqua fitness gear (ideal for early morning jaunt in the pool before hitting the bacon-rich buffet), amongst other possibilities.

Kindergarden

Yes, you can make your All-Inclusive Resort kid-friendly, of course you can!
Yes, you can make your All-Inclusive Resort kid-friendly, of course you can!

 So you want to attract families to your resort huh? Wise choice, wise choice, but you'll need something to keep the little ones busy (and looked after) while daddy finds out exactly how many shooters of rum he can safely throw down the hatch under the hot Caribbean sun before losing his basic motor skills, and mommy is busy sampling all those multicolored cocktails that the friendly bartender so readily brings on a steady basis. Can be upgraded with all sorts of things kids like, like clowns, monkeys, inflatable castles, swing sets, you know the drill.

the Dock

The dock, perfect for snorkeling and fishing!
The dock, perfect for snorkeling and fishing!

This is one upgrade that opens up a whole world of new possibilities. Just think: high sea fishing expeditions (but beware of seasickness), Katamaran trips with free drinks and shallow water snorkeling (not necessarily in that order, again for obvious reasons), hobby kat lessons (those are like the full-sized Katamaran, but smaller, and totally impossible to maneuver), scuba diving expeditions, glass-bottom boats (for those guests who want to see the fishes but can't bear the thought of actually swimming in the ocean), and a personal high-time favorite: parasailing. Essentially being dragged around by a speedboat while attached to a parachute that has seen better days. Loads of fun until the cord snaps or two boats cross each other a tad too close and the 'chutes get scrambled, or the boat runs out of gaz just as the hapless fellow is over anything but water... You get the idea.

Beach Grill

Let's face it, some guests just don't care about local cuisine. No sir. They want their hamburgers, hot dogs and french fries, and those better taste exactly the same as home, or else... For this, and other specialities, you will need a bona fide grill. Why not make it a beach one, so that guests can walk up to the Chef and order whatever strikes their fancy at the moment? Can be upgraded with a fresh seafood station (fresh fish, shell fish, langostas -same as lobsters, but no claws - less meat), a pizza oven or a full-size iron stake over fire to grill whole pigs... Satisfaction guaranteed!

Rum Distillery

One stone two birds with this one. Make your own rum (or cheap aguardiente if you're just starting out) onsite and you've got an endless supply of one of the key ingredient to many Caribbean cocktails. Plus, the guests just love to learn about the ancient trade of sugar cane business. Just make sure you don't put too much emphasis on the all-important but rather embarrassing slavery involved in its colonial version, as this tends to put off the guests and could reflect badly in the tips they choose to leave. And always end a visit with a tasting, so guests can get intelligently wasted.

And many, many more...

Obviously, there's a truckload of other stuff you'll get to build in your resort, this is a just a sampling of the ideas we're currently toying with.

Mini Games

the Spraying Game

It's full mosquitoes season, and your guests won't leave their rooms, which means that tips are drying up... Not good! Time to put that WWII biplane and left-over pesticides to good use! Just make sure to avoid any and all obstacles, including palm trees, volley-ball nets and scared, drunken tourists, otherwise your bottom-line may suffer. And do try to aim for for those mosquitoes nests and bushes. Complete a perfect run for bonus points and extra tips from your relieved patrons.

the Spraying Game - Early Concept Art
the Spraying Game - Early Concept Art

Plus many, many more...

We obviously have tons of ideas when it comes to mini games. As alluded to in the video, you'll also get to play bartender for sure, but that's not all. Depending on total financing, we'll be cranking up new mini games (stretch goals to follow)...

The Team

So you may ask, who will be putting all of this together? Well, you'll be pleased to learn that we have put together the perfect team to make this project a success! You'll also notice that many members of the team are actually from the Caribbean region, whether Yucutan or Cuba. All for added authenticity! So, without further ado, please meet our fine cast of game artisans.

Don Martin, Game Designer

Don Martin in his trademark Panama Hat.
Don Martin in his trademark Panama Hat.

Renaissance Man, Gamer extraordinaire and vociferous reader, Don Martin is at the helm of Beach Bum Games. Don Martin came up with the idea for this particular game while vacationing in the Caribbean. Astutely observing the motley crew of tourists around him, while sipping himself a particularly ambitious rum-based cocktail, he observed that running a resort like this must be quite the challenge indeed. Thus was born the basic idea behind Beach Bum Games. Aside from running the company itself and providing the vision for Beach Bum Games, Don Martin is also tasked with game design and quite a bit of the writing tasks (in tandem with his lovely wife Alla). He is also known to put on his headhunter cap from time to time and recruit the best talent in the video game industry to work on Beach Bum Games.

Javier, Lead Unity 3D developer

Javier, Lead Unity 3D developer
Javier, Lead Unity 3D developer

Unbeknownst to most if not all of you out there, there is a burgeoning gaming scene in Cuba. Therefore, straight from Havana, Cuba, comes Beach Bum Games’ lead games developer, Javier Alejandro. Javier was the lead developer behind such Cuban gaming classics as "La Chivichana", "Aventuras en la Manigua" and "Villa Tesoro". With more than 5 years experience in Unity3D development and a bachelor degree in Computer Science from the Universidad de las Ciencias Informaticas, Javier brings his technical know-how and gaming savviness to the Beach Bum crew.

Flock, Art Director

Flock
Flock

In case you were wondering were all that zany art was coming from, wonder no more. Born in 1980, Flock started off his professional life as a bona-fide scientist before starting to draw for a small, local French TV station. Later on he would go on to publish scientific works in biology and paleontology. Having designed quite a few posters for music shows and a handful of prints, Flock started illustrating technology news for the website Clubic on a weekly basis from 2006 to this day.

As a self-confessed fan of the darker shades of humor, Flock starts being published in the French magazine Psikopat as early as 2012, and then in the satiric Zélium, where his comics and unique sense of humor make quite a splash. Speaking of splash, he’s also behind numerous front page designs for the aforementioned publications.

Guido, Sound Engineer and Original Score Composer

Guido, Sound Engineer and Original Score Composer
Guido, Sound Engineer and Original Score Composer

Guido is an award-winning game composer that has been scoring music for video games for more than a decade. He has been recognized internationally for his high-quality music delivery and leadership behind his music production. 

Guido has been scoring more than 10 video games since 2010 for the SMU Guildhall Video Game Development Education School, while he studied composition with Dr. Xi Wang and Dr. Robert Frank at the Meadows School of the Arts. In 2014, Guido won a scholarship to Berklee College of Music to pursue his masters degree in Scoring for Film, Television, and Video Games, where he studied with video game composer Ben Houge (Tom Clancy EndWar, Arcanum, Half-Life) and award-winning film composer Lucio Godoy (Blackthorn, Agora, The Aura). 

Moreover, Guido was sponsored from Berklee College of Music as the schools ambassador to attend the Game Development Conference in San Francisco (CA), which his score for the video game INUA won 1st place at the Intel Game Awards.

René, Lead 3D Artist

René - Lead 3D Artist
René - Lead 3D Artist

René is a true 3D artist. Also hailing from sunny Havana, René can turn any 2D doodle into 3D glory. René simply does it all, from modeling, rigging, and animation of characters, to the creation of textures. When not hard at work on making 3D magic happen, you can usually find this true to life Beach Bum actually enjoying the beach with his son.

The Rewards 

The Official Beach Bum Games 32oz Insulated Mug

The Official Beach Bum Games Mug
The Official Beach Bum Games Mug

Want to keep your favorite libation ice-cold while proudly rocking the Beach Bum colors? Well, look no further mate, we've got you covered. Guaranteed to turn heads on the beach next time you hit the waves! Please note that this mug goes particularly well with the Official Don Martin Panama Hat (see below).

The Official Don Martin Panama Hat

The Official Don Martin Panama Hat
The Official Don Martin Panama Hat

Want to look as cool as Don Martin? That's impossible. But we'll get you as close as we can, we promise. Start with his trademark Panama hat. Shade your eyes from the over-zealous Caribbean sun while showing your true Beach Bum Attitude. Please note that this hat goes particularly well with the Official Beach Bum Games Mug (see above).

Risks and challenges

Once the game is launched, we'll need to put in place a team to provide support, and make the game grow through subsequent updates. This will require putting in place a proper company structure, incorporation, office space, the works...

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