April 18, 2012

SharkArm at Arts Crawl 2012

A couple of weeks ago was Arts Crawl at Penn State. It's an annual event that the arts department puts on to show off all of the cool stuff they worked on for the year. This is the 4th year we've had games on display and definitely the best for us. We had Chicken Bandit setup on a Droid X2 mirrored on a PC monitor and Fins & Flippers set up in the middle of the room with couches on each side for the two teams. Fins & Flippers proved to be a great game for party like situations (I've never been invited to a real "party", but I've seen some on TV.) Here is a not-so-good quality video we recorded of people playing the game:

I also did an interview about our games:

The article that goes along with this video can be found here.

Arts Crawl was a great time. It was awesome seeing people play our games and (seemingly) having fun. Thanks to everyone that came out to see us!


April 5, 2012

Game Title: Fins & Flippers

Fins & Flippers is the title we came up with for our scuba diving game. We have a mostly complete version of the game we've been play testing a lot and showed off at our school's art event, Arts Crawl, which was a major success (more about this next post.)

For now, I just wanted to post a few more pictures since I haven't said too much about this game recently and it's been coming along so quickly.

Sign in screen:

GIF Shark Attack:

Since the game is best played 4 players with controllers, we thought it would be best to make it into an XBox game. So that is where we are planning to take this next. I'm still deciding if I want to release a PC version online at this point.

There's a bigger post coming up with some more content.
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