Imagine waking up one day to the realization that your entire reality exists within a video game world. With limitless power and possibilities, what would you do? How far would you go? These are the questions explored in "Yes, Master"; the story of one man's transformation from standard NPC to video game hero, or something else entirely.
"Yes, Master" explores the ideas of control and unspoken desires of gamers everywhere. Video games are about controlling an avatar, a car, pieces of a puzzle, etc. Players do this to have fun and experience things that simply don't occur in everyday life, be it flying with a jet pack or engaging in a rage-fueled firefight through city streets. But maybe there a cost to violence for the sake of fun, even when simulated within the confines of a video game world.
Concept, Code, Art and Sound Design by Andrew Benson, Laurenz Rau & Leônidas Pereira
Soundtrack by Alex Scisse & Alex Talarico
Voice Over by Alex Scisse
Built in Unity 4, written in C Sharp