What it does
You are your local neighborhood's Windows Defender! You are hired by a parent whose 10-year-old child accidentally downloaded a virus onto the parent's computer when trying to view some ads. The parent's computer contains some important code and knowing that you are the famous Windows Defender in her neighborhood, the parent asks you for help and you gladly accept the challenge.
How we built it
We primarily used Unity to build our VR game. We wrote C# scripts to manipulate objects and used the Oculus Rift to test our VR game.
Challenges we ran into
We were all beginner hackers and never made a VR game before. 3/4 members never used Unity before and we all found it difficult to use the program. We also had to get familiarized with C# programming, which is used to make scripts for the VR games in Unity. While developing the game, we often come across many bugs that we had to solve through trial and error.
Accomplishments that we're proud of
We are proud that we created a complete VR game even though it was our first time making one and we only had 24 hours to figure out how to get familiarize with Unity and use what we learned to create a VR game.
What we learned
We learned how to use Unity to make games!
What's next for VR Windows Defender
We want to make more creative and fun puzzles for the users to solve!