Posts Tagged ‘sp2009’
Role: Producer / Designer / Artist
Team: Ankur Agarwal, Justin Chan, Chelsea Howe, Wan Loh, Rajiv Puvvada, Ara Yessayan
Dev Summary: A complete PC game created in XNA over four months in Spring 2009.
Concept: Alone in a world of circles and squares, Restibo seeks out the seven keys needed to unlock the dark planet core. Scattered amongst the hanging blocks are Voids, floating circles that nullify gravity and contain items like feathers, springs, spikes, claws, and bubbles. These items help Restibo advance through the layers of the atmosphere, flinging from one block to the next to reach larger and more intricate Voids.
Role: Designer / Producer / 3D Modeler
Team: Chelsea Howe, Raivo Lindemann, Hao Nguyen, Ian Sholtys, Shu Song
Dev Summary: A complete PC game created with XNA over 4 months in Spring 2009
Concept: Atomik, loosely based on string theory, places the user in a world with seven color-coded parallel dimensions. The user is in one dimension, and the other six correspond to the sides of a cube around it. Each dimension has a static amount of energy that can be collected, harnessed, and consumed by the user. A ball of energy at the center of each dimension represents its vitality. Molecules grow in complexity and difficulty, and an ultimate molecule waits in the center for powerful challengers.
Role: Designer / Programmer / Artist
Team: Sarah Brown, Chelsea Howe
Dev Summary: A complete PC, Mac, & Linux game created with Processing over one month in Spring 2009
Concept: Use the arrow keys to navigate planets, leap into space, or land on colorful moons of unique timbre. Stars represent musical notes to collect and add to your sequencer, which appears at the bottom of the screen. At the top of the screen, the current pan is shown for each timbre, which can be adjusted by landing on respective planets. If a certain timbre’s sequence is going poorly, land on a black hole to start erasing the notes in the current timbre. Lost? Use Spacebar to access the minimap.
Role: Musician / Design Tweaker
Team: Chelsea Howe, Joyce Lee, Jessie Loeb
Dev Summary: A complete PC game created with Gamemaker over 48 hours in Spring 2009
Concept: Combine the right color fuzzles as they fall in to the tank to create black fuzzles, which are instantly adopted. It takes three fuzzles to make a black fuzzle – so you better move fast before the tank fills up!
Notes: Fuzzle Puzzle was Cornell University’s entry for the 2009 Games 4 Girls contest. It tied for third place.