|Posted on January 27, 2014 at 4:45 PM||comments (0)|
For the third year in a row I took part in Global Games Jam 2014 at Staffordshire University. Going back to Stafford it was great fun to meet up with and work with everyone from Uni again and get to know new people! Our team of five this year created the game Spy Vision, a mobile game for Android devices.
You control a character having to infiltrate a secret government building. You can see the building through all of its different security systems, infrared, motion detection, frequency detection and human guards. To play the game tap the screen to move the character avoiding the different security systems.
Use the buttons on the right to view the different security systems. The link with instillation instructions for mobile can be found below.
Short demo video of the game: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-JznSlLARk
Here's the project link on the GGJ14 site where you can download the .apk file to install the game on your phone: http://www.globalgamejam.org/2014/games/spy-vision
This image is the current second level of the game.
|Posted on January 28, 2013 at 10:45 AM||comments (0)|
This year I took part in my second Global Games Jam (GGJ13). The aim of the event is to create a game in 48 hours to the given theme, a heartbeat.
The team I worked in created the game Sucky Surgeon. The aim of the game is to use the arcade style crane (controlled by the android phone/tablet gyroscope) to remove the required organs or foreign bodies.
My role within the team was 3D modelling/texturing and animation. I modelled/textured all the organs and torso. Also I rigged and animated the torso twitching in 3Ds Max. Which are then sped up in Unity to increase the game difficulty over time.
Here's the link to the GGJ13 game page for more information and a downloadable copy of the game.
See the video for the game in action.