This was a semester-long project course at Carnegie Mellon’s Entertainment Technology Center. The goal was to create a game that would teach elementary school children the basics of immunology, without resorting to military metaphors. (i.e., no “defending” against bacterial “attacks.”)
I functioned mainly as a programmer, implementing the user interface. I also composed music for the game and created and placed the sound effects.
- Project website
- Game download (58 MB ZIP) – requires a graphics card with a 3D accelerator. To play, unzip contents to a folder, and run Endo Patrol\game\runWorld.bat
These are the files used in the game, so they’re set up to loop.