Tag: radical design

Radical Games: Union Town! Post-Mortem

  What aspects of your game changed the most over the semester? Originally, I had planned my game in a way that wasn’t really radical–it...

Radical Games: A Knight’s Quest

Trying to make this game was a learning experience to be sure. Going in, I had a very tenuous grasp of code from a crash...

A Knight’s Quest: Event as Narrative

A Knight’s Quest’s story is based around complicating the usual heroic narrative of an RPG. The hero arrives in a strange world and is given a...

City Watch: Event as Narrative

Screen shot from the Town scene   My game is radical because of the way the story progresses.  The player has a few options to...

Postmortem: Down and Out

My game tentatively titled “Down and Out” is about a human woman named Kaira who lives in post-apocalyptic Florida and has amnesia. She is trying...

House H(a)unter: Event as Narrative

The radical element in my story is in the link between emotional burden and literal danger. All humans have skeletons in their closets, but in...

Wild Tale: Event as Narrative

Immersion is an important element in the enjoyment of the game. My radical game attempts to break the immersion of its world without breaking the...

IV: Conflicts V. Calculations

Over the past few weeks my game has felt rather laborious. Having had my computer crash and delete the majority of my art assets, set...

Radical Games: Master Cube

Master Cube is about a young man named Davis. Davis is a store greeter sick of his work and the people in town. He envies the...

Radical Games: Rescue

Rescue in its current form is an attempt to subvert the common RPG adventure trope of a hero rescuing a princess, but has been through numerous...

Radical Games: Nazi Punch The RPG

      Nazi Punch:The RPG is a hands on probe into the ethical dilemma of who it is or isn’t okay to use physical...

Radical Games: Borrowing

The elevator pitch for “Borrowing” goes something like: you play as a little yellow man who is moving into a home in the suburbs that’s way...