November 18, 2017

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…

Terrasect Mobile

Terrasect Mobile

“I’m tired of hearing that UAT students aren’t doing anything here. It’s not true.”  “I’m tired of hearing that UAT students aren’t doing anything here. It’s not true,” said John Wisniewski, 27, a senior in the Game Programming curriculum, who keeps himself busy by following his dream to create video games. About a year ago, John and co-owner Jeff Rosenberg, 24, started Terrasect Mobile, LLC and added a core team of skilled programmers, designers and artists to the mix. The Terrasect team also includes the following UAT students: designer Donald Schepis, 20, artist Molly Cuddihy, 20, designer Nick Reed, 27, UAT…

Remembering Ralph Baer, Father of Video Games

Ralph Baer

Photo from NPR. Technology and technology related fields move fast. Things change, hardware gets faster, software gets updated, engines get new releases, and games gain the potential to continue to grow because of it. Gaming is a field defined by what is next, potential, and where things are going. The video game industry is comparatively new on the entertainment scene (although many would argue “gaming” has been around since the dawn of man) and being new there have not been a lot of moments where we have lost industry icons. This weekend the game industry lost one of these icons and I believe…

New OUYA Console and Controller Designs Revealed

OUYA has revealed new photos of the console and controller, with some design tweaks inevitable. For one, the buttons on the controller are not the final design. The new photo shows colored circles which will probably incorporate some type of textural design. The OUYA crew also announced OnLive will offer playable titles from over 80 publishers, with free demos and 30 minutes of playtime. More at the OUYA Kickstarter campaign. UH5UU7Z64BA4 Link to this post!Related PostsAlumni Caleb Jacobs Gives Tips for Landing an AAA Game Job World of Martz Students Innovate Foot Mount for HTC Vive Bust’a Worm: From Game…