ESPIONAG3(TM): Berlin Files
ESPIONAG3: Berlin Files BETA 0.5.0 is a short action espionage game, which is the first game to use boARd 3D® - unique technology for interaction using augmented reality. To run this game you need to have a special paper map - a boARd. See more about boARd here: http://www.board3d.net
This interaction allows players to literally have cameras in their hands, controlling their own view, allowing them to explore every possible angle on the virtual world. Furthermore, players share the same boARd for their games, bringing the players together back to the table for gaming.
A boARd is used in conjunction with the digital device in such way, that during gameplay it is constantly viewed by the device's camera to make the connection between the paper map and the game world. Before you can play a boARd 3D® game such as ESPIONAG3: Berlin Files, you need to acquire a boARd, place it over a well lit game area, then point your device on it and have fun.
The game itself takes place in modern day Berlin. Mafia bosses are setting up a covert business operation of the century and the player is working for a secret government agency, which is set out to counteract the trade deal. Player first needs to find out what the deal is about and who is involved in it, in order to ultimately crash the party and prevent the illegal trade. Player using stealth tactics and precisely aimed shots overcomes enemy agents, who have taken control of parts of Berlin.
He will need to get to places guarded with cameras, blocked by laser beam systems and pressure floors. Player will be hacking computers and electronic locks, use a flying drone to follow cars and suspicious individuals. Collaboration with beautiful women within spy business circles is commonplace, the catch is in trying to figure out on which side they really are