Londonmet team hit the Brains Eden Gamejam on 28th June, ready for 48 hours of designing and developing in Cambridge. This year’s team was Max Morris, Marcus Oldfield, Alex Owen, Fergus Murphy and Harry Corke.
The theme was “mountains” and their game was “Dwarficide”, link to follow…
Follow the team’s progress at http://beardedbadger.com…
The annual summer show from students in the School of Computing, with a strong emphasis on games, media, mobile apps, electronic toys…
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/138718626323136/
Digital Toybox 2012 flickr pix
Digital Toybox 2011 flickr pix
Metropolitan Works - new links with our digital manufacturing centre, based at Commercial Road.
First attempts at 3D printing from second year BSc Computer Games Modelling and Design students working on their Digital Toy Design module – planes and lollipop trees from Mo, van bodywork from Amir. Fergus did some laser cutting (below). These will all soon be transformed into digital toys.
The first XX GameJam, in association with Ada Lovelace Day and London Games Festival, took place in Mind Candy offices on Oct 26 and 27, 2012, sponsored by UKIE. The theme was “Clockwork”.
Second year Games Programming student Nikki Gordon’s team came second with “The Dastardly Carillon” developed in Unity … Nikki created all the sound effects using Reason.
Fiona French mentored one of the other teams, helping to develop ”Tick Tock Terror”.
Londonmet Games team ADRENALINE MONKEYS (Stephen, Joseph, Bruno and Fergus) at this year’s Brains Eden GameJam at Anglia Ruskin from 30th June – 2nd July.
Faculty of Computing Summer Show in The Graduate Centre and Blue Met Lounge
Launch Party: 14th June / 5-8pm
Public Viewing: 15th June / 11-3pm
PICTURES ON FLICKR
Team taking part in Brains Eden 2011 GameJam: Chris, Ashley, Hua, Kamran, Aaron, Awais
9th-11th July at Angia Ruskin, Cambridgeshire.
Faculty of Computing Summer Show in the Graduate Centre, Holloway Road.
Launch Party on Thurs 9th June 5-8pm, public opening Fri 10th June 11-3pm.
See the photos here: www.flickr.com/thinkmakeplay
Digital Shoreditch Festival
Games and art showreels from the games degrees on show to public and industry during this exciting week-long event.