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Fluffy Dice


Cats, turned into cubes by a witch, participate in a board-game. They are thrown like dice, where the outcome of the roll determines how far the cube/cat can move. At each step the cube rolls over, triggering new effects, for example a cat can jumping, when turned on its tail. Skillfully rolling the dice and carefully planning moves is essential to winning the race against other felines. A few cats fight with claws over the scarce ingredients, which are needed to lift the spell.


  • Genre: Party, Sport, Dice-Rolling
  • Player Count: 1-2 Local-Multiplayer
  • Age rating: 6
  • Platform: PC
  • Input: Gamepad, Keyboard
  • Status: Beta
  • Engine: Unreal Engine
  • Team size: 9
  • Position: Game Designer, Game Developer
  • Date: 2017/01

Instructions

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Video


Art and Concepts

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Comic


Game Design Document


My Contribution



► As Game Designer
  • Aided to keep vision
  • Wrote a background story (Dismissed)
  • Helped define core and support game mechanics
  • Prototyped
  • Co-wrote prototype manual
  • Co-wrote game design document
  • Co-wrote introductory poem
  • Layouted the print version
  • Playtested
  • Collected feedback

► As Programmer/Developer/Artist
  • UI animations
  • Feedback system
  • Inventory
  • Asset implementation and colliders
  • Bug reports and some fixes
  • Menu
  • Rigging, skinning and animation (Dismissed)

Comments


WIP.

Gobble Games


The team name describes the action "to gobble down games" or the so called bird. The group consists of game design students from the Media Design Hochschule (Berlin).

  • Product Owner, Game Designer and Programmer: Felix Schmidt
  • Lead Programmer: Fabian Oyvin Kopp
  • Game Designer and Programmer: Juri Knauth
  • Lead Game Designer: Lars Willmer
  • Scrum Master and Game Designer: Armando Gracia
  • Lead Artist: David Maximilian Störmer
  • Level Designer and Artist: Leo Taylor Lüdemann
  • Artist: José Antonio Rodriguez Chinchilla
  • Artist: Kien Le

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