We are very pleased to announce that three Newport games have been shortlisted in the Games & Interactive Media category and the Ffresh Awards 2012.
The winner will be announced on Friday 10th February.
Thread Bear is a 3D adventure game set in a squishy fabric world. You will help Bobby the panda travel through each level and sew up the rips that are affecting the balance of his fragile fabric world.
Thread Bear uses the UDK engine, the prototype build is currently playable on PC only at the moment. Further development is currently under way, for platforms such as the iOS and Xbox.
Once again students and graduates from the Computer Games Design course will be attending GameCity in Nottingham from 25th to 29th October.
This year we will be showcasing some of our graduate projects in the Lounge, all day on Thursday 27th October. There will be a variety of games, made by our students and graduates for everyone to try out.
The games on show include, With The Dust, Thread Bear, Pipe Dream, QUBE, COAST and Mundungo.
We are very pleased to announce that two Newport games have made it onto the short list for the Graduate Interactive Award…
Thread Bear by Jenny Peers and Andre Silva.
Thread Bear is a cute 3D adventure game set in a squishy fabric world. Help Bobby the panda travel through each level and sew up the rips that are affecting the balance of this fragile fabric world.
For more info and to Vote for Thread Bear.
Mush by Henry Hoffman, Kate Killick (from Computer Games Design), Ahmed Zaman, Matt Dennis, Greg O’Brian (from Games Development & AI).
Mush is an emotional puzzle platform game for the Windows Phone 7, giving you control over how your character feels. Directly change emotions through drawing smiles and sad faces, rotating the world and shaking the phone. Experience happiness, sadness, confusion and anger as you explore the unique emotional themed worlds with quirky abilities defined by the characters mood.
For more info and to Vote for Mush.