Trust Fall ’64
The Corporate Retreat Party Game
// Pack warm & develop a keen eye for evaluating structural integrity! //
Trust Fall ’64: The Instructions
After adding your upper-level management destined corporate player avatar to the sideline of this elegant banquet hall, it's time to select the ideal floor location to aid you in your quest to climb the corporate ladder!
Hey, why not take the initiative and add your entire department's management team?
But beware, you may be "floored" to discover some in upper management don't see sufficient ROI in structural engineering to make it a priority...
Your luck may hold for this round but can it hold for a whole level?
No worries if your luck doesn't hold though, 'cos you can always start again from the bottom of the ladder!
 Click "Add Player" button with mouse, keyboard or touch.
 Click on one of the floor tiles that is highlighted blue (& hasn't had any recent structural failures) when you hover it.
 Repeat  &  until you decide to press "Start Round".
"Trust Fall" is inspired by corporate team building events of old where one of the exercises was to "trust" that your team would catch you as you intentionally fell backwards toward them.
But how much do you trust your corporate management not to try to save a few pennies by hosting the annual corporate retreat in a location they hired for cheap thanks to its "unique" & "eccentric" structural engineering?
Good luck & thanks for playing!
Trust Fall ’64: The Music
Trust Fall ’64 features two mixes of "Fraid Fromage" a track composed exclusively for the game by RancidBacon!
Maybe your local FM radio station still takes payola?
Trust Fall ’64: The Online?
The Online? Alas, no, online multi-player functionality didn't make it in, despite being one of my original motivations for entering the jam! :)
But perhaps you'd like to check out a couple of my other games that use my Epic Online Services add-on for Godot for online multi-player features:
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