We Love Game Design

on October 21, 2009 - 3877 Views

Four students in their third year of a Digital Games degree at Blekinge Institute of Technology in Sweden have undertaken an ambitious task to create a game every two days in a four week period.

About ten mini-games have already been created including Two Minutes to Midnight, where your typing skills are put to the test detonating fireworks, and the fast paced Get Fame a maze-style avoidance game loosely modelled on the nobodies of reality TV.

Although not all the games are made using Game Maker the overwhelming majority so far have. One of the students, 20 year old Arman Borghem, told me “right now we’re making prototypes taking a couple of days to produce, but we’ll be making more advanced stuff in the future”.

You can download the games and follow their progress at welovegamedesign.org

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8 Responses to We Love Game Design

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  2. Broxter says:

    The games are pretty nice and I really like the web design.

  3. Derme says:

    Cool, the games don’t look too bad…

  4. Bas Bloem says:

    Well, I saw the robot game on screen, and thought it just couldn’t be anything different than Flash

  5. Arman Borghem says:

    Thanks for the kind words!

    So far, all of them were made in Game Maker 7 except Cavemen Hunters, which was made in Flash.

  6. Frederick says:

    I can’t tell which ones are Game Maker games and which ones aren’t. O_O

  7. Hardcoregamer says:

    Didn’t we see someone do this before but weekly? And it failed after the 5th game?

  8. Frederick says:

    Very interesting. Looks fun 😀

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