FMP: Laundry Trolley

During the time of the riot, laundry was being collected by prison workers, and new, clean prison clothes were being handed out. There are two types of Laundry trolleys that I created, one full of clothes and sheets, and one that is empty. This is so when I place them around the environment, I can have them either stood up or on their side, with clothes hanging out of them.

In the game, the laundry trolley would be an interactive asset where the player can hide bodies in, or grapple enemies into it whilst fighting and ram it into people. It would also be a good asset to block areas where you don’t want people going to.

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~ by reeceharry on May 24, 2015.

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