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Rule of Thumb
Gal-EX: Spatial Delivery
Gal-Ex: Spatial Delivery is a visually rich, action game with platform and puzzle elements. The two main characters are Jake and Goup. Jake is a package delivery boy for the Galactic Express Courier Company. Goup is a living gelatinous putty who can take many forms. Jake’s ship has crashed into a robot factory, scattering his cargo everywhere. Your goal is to use Jake and Goup to collect the packages from the ship, while avoiding robot patrols and dodging machinery. The two main characters can be combined to access new powers and abilities, which can be upgraded as you progress.
Rule of Thumb are Hugh O'Keeffe, Alan McNicholas, Willie Horton, Dave Doherty, Seamus Gallagher and Madan Katnapally.Winners of best programmer (Alan McNicholas), best team players and best use of technology for product delivery.
Turn the lights off and stereo up. Stare at your monitor. Night black with a small dark orb in the centre of the screen. Pass your mouse over the orb and the orb appears to take a charge that lights up letting you see more of the world. Start circling the now dark blue orb with your mouse, the light surrounding the orb becomes brighter and bigger, a chime is heard . You continue circling the now light blue orb, the chime turns to a raw bass that you can feel in your chest. You notice a new dark orb on the edge of the light produced by your now crackling white orb. Circle the dark orb and a streak of power leaves the white crackling orb exploding into the dark orb. See a connection between the orbs. Circle the newly added orb, power slips from the larger orb to the new orb. You now see new areas, new orbs. Log2n are Gavan Acton, Mike Biocchi, Spencer Congdon, Nathan Inch, Kranthi Kukkala and Darren Schnare.Winners of best team leader (Gavan Acton) and greatest innovation and creativity.
Playing as the Magnetic hero Meta, magnetize the tiny Metalhead people to you to become larger, stronger, and magnetize these tiny civilians into formations to help you on your way. Utilizing the Nintendo DS's touch screen functions, form blocks, rotor blades, bridges, wheels and more as you traverse more and more deadly levels. Do you leave behind some Metalheads to opt for a faster, more agile Meta - or do you risk saving them all? The choice is yours.
Artisan are Tommy Millar, Ewan Wright, Damien Slater, David MacKeddie, Pradeep Dewars and Alastair Ferguson.
Winners of best international scholar (Pradeep Dewars) and most commercial potential.
Spaceport: an interactive entertainment simulation, experienced from a first-person perspective, where the drama is driven by people as much as profit. It’s the not-so-distant future. You have just begun a new job running your very own, very unique, space station orbiting the Earth, servicing the modern day space traveller. Success relies on co-operating with your crew to meet the needs of your customers. Problem is, your crew don’t always agree on things, so when it comes to the crunch, it’s your call. You may laugh, you may cry. Strive to maintain the delicate balance between social, emotional and financial stability. Trade parts online, customise and extend your spaceport as your community grows!Phaigo Interactive are Dave Sage, Peter Bloomfield, Mark Burns, Willem van Heemstra, Jason Su and Nick Koumentakis.Winners of best artist (Jason Su), the virtuoso prize (Nick Koumentakis) and best use of screenwriting.
'Glitch' is a game of magnetic manoeuvres and death defying tricks, where players rely on skill and quick thinking while traversing a futuristic playground.
In a city fraught by malfunctions you control a maintenance bot on a mission to restore power and stability in this fast paced 3rd person platform puzzler.
See yourself hurtling down tunnel ceilings, around spinning fans, zipping up and down tall structures while keeping an eye on those all important power levels.
Electrolyte are Christian Roervik, Amrita Bharij, Michael McArthur, John March, Tsz Yin Suen and Jonathan Halkett.
Feed your inner megalomaniacal desires in Join Us!, the game where you get to create your own fully customisable cult. This is a multiplayer, online game where you compete against other players to take control of a city. From your headquarters, send missionaries on to the streets to lure the unsuspecting city residents into your cult. Build specialised cult buildings such as the Spiritual Cleansing Zone to increase your power level and make your fortune. Be wary of other players and their attempts to sway your disciples to their own beliefs. Join Us! is a strategy game like no other!
Codemonkeys are Elaine Reynolds, Steve Elphick, Liu Xu, Marc O'Neill, Michael Nimmo and Dave Dempsey.
The Eventful Afterlife of Inspector Browning
The Eventful Afterlife of Inspector Browning is a period detective story set in 1900s London. Players control the ghost of Inspector Henry Browning, a policeman of the area killed only a year ago. A young nobleman, Charles Remmington Esq. has attempted to fill Henry’s shoes but is terribly unsuited to the task. You as Henry must explore each location to solve the case at and, and guide Charles to the evidence. Henry has the power of emotional manipulation which he uses to make other NPCs do as he wishes and to get Charles’ attention. The game is a 3rd person adventure game being developed for distribution as episodic content.
Enduring Fragments are John Molloy, Aaron Collum, Austin Purcell, Brian Lelas, Cian O'Rathaille and Yuan Yao.