The department of Game Design at Uppsala University, campus Gotland
Student projects are added irregularly and in no particular order. These are projects stretching back to 2002, from students in their 1st, 2nd and 3rd year and using vastly different tech. Thus; we recommend you use the tag cloud to the right to filter the projects you’re interested in!
Draw your katana, pick up your shurikens, and fight for the glory of the Kitsune clan! Kitsuninjas is an arena fighting game for up to 4 competitors in local multiplayer on the PC, set in the feudal (and animal) kingdom of Japan. Use stealth, speed, and cunning to come out on top in this foxy fighting-frenzy!
Urskog – meaning from which the forest originated, is a relaxing and atmospheric first-person puzzle game, where you solve nature-based puzzles and discovering the secrets of the forest…
Take a break and meditate, and let the wisps lead the path through the forest. Solve simple puzzles and find out where the wisps are taking you. By following and rescuing the-wisps, you are heading deeper into the mystical forest and on the way, meditating in ancient stone circles to open up the way to the next wisp.
– Stylized 3D graphic – Relaxing and calming music – Nature-based puzzles – In-game meditation – Realistic nature sounds
The game has been developed for PC using the game engine UE4, and software programs such as Maya, Photoshop, Logic Pro X, and Audacity.
A Letter From Momo is a first person puzzle game about rediscovering lost heritage. As you walk around Momo’s old house you have to solve puzzles to be able to decipher the true meaning behind the mysterious letter that sent you there.
The game is made mainly for PC, and is made with the programs Unity, Maya, Substance Painter, Adobe Photoshop, and GIMP.
KeyRivals is a 1v1 split screen, 2D rhythm game where you play notes and use power ups to disrupt your opponent while controlling caricatures of popular musicians. Battle with your friends or enemies and see who gets the most score! This game was developed for PC and used Unity, Photoshop, Illustrator and Logic Pro X.