Game Design

Unity | Blender | Substance Painter | C#

Expedition

Given the task to create a game for the Digital Worlds Institute, I created this 2D adventure platformer inspired by Indiana Jones. The game features combat, puzzle solving, and an interesting narrative through the use of dialogue boxes. I programmed and designed the game from the ground up within one month. The project began by creating a comprehensive game design document which helped speed up development.
R. O. O. T. S.

Working in a team of five, I served as designer and programmer for this game. The project goal was to create and upload an original game in under 36 hours for the 2023 Global Game Jam. Together with a level designer, 3D modeler, 2D artist, and sound designer, we were able to create a fun and comedic game about a Roomba that wants to take over the world. The game was uploaded online and is available to download on Itch.io.
First-Person Interaction Demo

As an attempt to create a fully functioning interaction system, this demo was made to showcase the various mechanics of the system in Unity. I programmed and implemented it using C#, and also modeled, textured, and animated all of the assets within the demo. From opening drawers to unlocking doors with keys, the system is useful for any first-person game. Objects can be picked up and placed on any flat surface, and the electric scissor lift can be climbed and operated easily.
Haunted Room

This is an interactive 3D environment that I helped work on with a group of 10 other developers, artists, and designers. The goal was to create a haunted atmospheric room with an interesting story behind it. As a part of the art team, I was tasked with modeling and UV unwrapping various objects such as the old piano and the cozy fireplace. The final product speaks for itself. It even has custom made music.
Sollum

This adventure game was developed over the course of 15 weeks, had a team of around 30 people, and is by far one of the biggest projects I've worked on. During its development, my primary roles were systems programmer and producer. Working with a large team helped me develop my communication and collaboration skills. It also gave me insight into how to manage large teams and keep everyone on the same page. The game is available for others to play and experience on Itch.io for free.
Game Night

For my Game Systems Development 2 class, I developed this project to introduce myself to WebGL games. By allowing people to play games directly from their browser, it helps easily showcase any project without the need of downloading anything. This game features a throwing mechanic and the goal of the game is to throw the ball through all of the hoops. It is available to play online.
Maze Race

This game was created as part of an educational demonstration for the Programming Society. The goal was to introduce Unity and project workflow to people with no prior experience in game development. Throughout the span of three lectures, I was able to create a multiplayer racing game in front of an audience of ten people. The first lecture was spent conceptualizing the game, while the other two lectures were spent modeling in Blender, programming, and developing game mechanics in Unity.
Tank Battle

The goal of this project was to create a tank game inspired by Wii Tanks and playable on a web browser. I was able to get this demo working in under three days and plan to continue improving the game by adding multiple levels and local multiplayer. As of now, the game features tank combat and breakable barriers that allow the player to go through the level however they want. It is available to play online.
Red Light, Green Light

This project was made by a team of three people for the Programming Society. It is a classic game of "red light, green light" in first-person. I modeled and textured all of the assets, while the programming was done by other team members. The objective of the game is to cross the finish line by only moving when the green light is on. If the player moves while the red light is on, the game resets.
Red Light, Green Light