Mall Monster

Mall Monster was my sophomore project at DigiPen (2001/2002). You play as a young child trapped in a mall at night with a monster,  and must escape without being caught. I was the head of technical design, helped come up with the game concept, worked on 2D art, and worked on sound effects.

Mall Monster was featured in the January 2003 issue of Nintendo Power, was accepted as one of the ten Student Showcase Finalists at the 2003 Independent Games Festival, and was shown on TechTV's (now G4) The Screen Savers.

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Conquered Kingdoms

Conquered Kingdoms was my freshman project at DigiPen (2000/2001). It is a medieval turn-based strategy game. The basic concept is to rule your own kingdom and manage its resources, keep its people happy, and build up a military. Then you must defeat all of the other kindoms in the land to win. It can have up to eight simultaneous players (human or computer). Multiple players must take turns on the same computer (it is not playable over a network). I worked mostly on the programming side of the games development and I ended up doing a lot of the technical design and management during the second half of the year.

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