Concept

I have written down some point for my concept, trying to make sense of it and making it easier to plan out. This is what it looks like so far:

Training program for agents

  • An initial test to determine level of entry (see if you get into the academy)
  • A mix of exercises to improve speed, agility and cardio
  • Missions to be completed, starting off with easier ones then building up to more tricky ones, all of them a combination of previous exercises. Succeeding brings you up a level, failing means you need to redo some exercises before trying again.
  • Mind exercises? Puzzles…
  • Training partner?
  • Randomise the missions, never know when they will happen and they always start out as a work out session, then while running something happens. The puzzles can be things like disarming a bomb, interrogating a suspect, deciding which route is the best and so on
  • Voice acting (choice between voices and sexes of partner)

Artsy stuff

  • Black and white with splashes of colour
  • Textures!
  • Shapes
In an handout photo, new FBI agents work out on the roof of the Department of Justice building in Washington in 1938. For the first time in 16 years, the FBI is requiring its agents pass a fitness test, in part a response to increasing concerns of senior FBI officials about the toll on agents after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. (Federal Bureau of Investigation via The New York Times) -- EDITORIAL USE ONLY
In an handout photo, new FBI agents work out on the roof of the Department of Justice building in Washington in 1938. For the first time in 16 years, the FBI is requiring its agents pass a fitness test, in part a response to increasing concerns of senior FBI officials about the toll on agents after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. (Federal Bureau of Investigation via The New York Times) — EDITORIAL USE ONLY

Image of agents training from: http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/national_world/2015/04/06/fbi-revives-fitness-test-to-offset-sedentary-work.html

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