May 27, 2017

And The Phoenix Global Game Jam Winners Are…

Phoenix Global Game Jam at UAT




Game developers from University of Advancing Technology and surrounding colleges gathered at UAT for the Phoenix Global Game Jam on Jan 20-22, for an epic weekend of game development. Thanks to sponsors Game CoLab, Clique API, Tobii, NACET, Houdini, Red Bull, and Virtuix for giving jammers access to awesome technology in eye tracking and content creation, epic prize packages and for supplying endless cans of Redbull, keeping devs heavily caffeinated for the entire 48-hour jam. Game devs camped out in every workable space throughout the Commons, New Technologies Lab and Electronic Classrooms collaborating on games Friday night as they developed…

Student Game Entered in Indie Game Maker Contest

Colliding Souls




A UAT Student Team has recently put out a game called Colliding Souls – and they decided to enter their game into a contest. Please check this blog out and consider voting for one our own! GAME INFO - Colliding Souls Genre: An old-school turned based role-playing game (RPG) in the style of Final Fantasy and Phantasy Star. Back story: The game follows the son of the man who lead the Great Slave Revolt and his people to freedom. Now years later, a young Farmer must grow into a man much sooner than expected. In his journey he will meet friends, perhaps…

Broken Window Studios Released Reflections Game on Steam Early Access

Reflections Game




Broken Window Studios, an independent or “indie” game company consisting of UAT alumni, has released their newest game, Reflections on Steam Early Access on June 26, 2015. Reflections is a real-world narrative where each decision you make has meaningful consequences that radically shape the gaming experience. The game begins in black and white and uses color to introduce new story elements before the player understands its purpose. What is Steam Early Access? This platform offers gamers an opportunity to purchase immediate access games that are still being developed with the chance to provide influential feedback to the developer’s continued creation of the game, for a discounted price. Early Access games evolve…

Students Mario Castaneda and Ty Taylor Win PAX 10 Award

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UAT student Mario Castaneda, along with development partner Ty Taylor, have won a place in the PAX 10 indie awards for their game The Bridge. With graphics inspired by M. C. Escher, and strategy that pays homage to Isaac Newton, The Bridge is a 2D logic game that lets players explore seemingly impossible architectures. The PAX 10 winners are selected by a group of 50 industry experts each year. The Bridge recently won the Indie Game Challenge Award for Achievement in Art Direction and Achievement in Gameplay, as well as other awards. View the other PAX 10 winners at prime.paxsite.com/pax10…