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Level 18: The Final Iteration

Page history last edited by Eve Woodman 12 years, 10 months ago

Here are some of the completed designs for the Game Design Concepts Course


Ninja Versus Pirate (by Andy Van Zandt) : an asymmetrical cards-as-board game for two players.


Organica (by Fabrizio Marcotulli) : and abstract strategy game


Far and Away (Túl az Óperencián) (by Szonja Odrovics): a family game (8+) about the mithology of Hungarian Fairly tales


Drown, Captain Crackers! (by Crofter): a strategy game of madness and intrigue in an underwater research facility. 


Gods of Olympus (by John Kirk): A game where players portray Greek Gods who manipulate petty mortals and backstab one another for prestige.


Balancing Act: Student Life (by Eve Woodman): This game looks at being a student and keeping a balance between Studying and socialising, while trying not to fall into debt.


Clockwerks (by David Spieth): "Move your mice along the hands of several moving clocks, collecting objects."


Send in the clowns! (by mr.cruet): "It's clown time at the circus– lead your troupe of clowns into the ring and wow the crowd..."


Wolf Pack (by Jorge Diaz): 2-4 Players compete increase the size of their wolf pack, compete for food and fight each other.


The Great Motorcar Race (by Perdustin):  Each player controls an automobile in a race from New York to Paris in the first decade of the twentieth century.


Paradise (by Noah) : A "roll-and-move" game for two players.


The War of the Wizards: Duel of elements (by Adolfo R.): A 2 players magic card game, where Powerful Wizards duel using the elements of nature and the power of light and darkness. (now in English!)

Comments (1)

Eve Woodman said

at 7:36 pm on Sep 5, 2009

Not sure how my game got here (Balancing Act: Student Life), but it is now at it's final iteration - it would be great if whoever created this paged asked the designers if they could put their games here first as I wasn't going to put mine up here until it was complete. As I hadn't looked here till now, and was a bit suprised to find my game already listed.


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