Team: SUMMER CREW
Members: Matthew, Douglas, Ian
Project Name: The Adventures Of Piblic Flase
Description: Side-scrolling beat-em-up game. Lots of characters, all with different skills, different attacks etc. Multiplayer too. Hurrah!
Members: Robbie, Nathan, Daniel
Project Name: TBC
Description: Project task manager. Dedicated project manager application, which can be synched with web back end, allowing multiple projects to be managed comprehensively.
Team: TBC (or ‘Me and James’)
Members: Adam, James
Project Name: TBC
Description: The app is a fully featured network manager, allowing multiple networks across all operating systems and platforms to be controlled from a single app.
Team: BUOYANT GAMES
Members: Chris, Dan, Diki
Project Name: GRAVE DANGER
Platform: iOS, Symbian, PC
Description: A light-hearted tower defence game, in which the player must fight off ravening hordes of humans, defending their monsters and zombies from the endless waves of mankind.
Team: VECTOR CLAY
Members: Tom, Amr, Tasneem
Project Name: VECTOR PLAY
Description: A 2d character creator app. Users can build, modify and export their own custom avatar for use in multiple social networks, etc.
Members: Alex, Rory
Project Name: MyTour
Description: User-generated tours. Uses all functions of the smartphone – positioning, camera, web, etc. to allow anyone to create their own tours of any location – home town, favourite walks, etc. Tours can then be shared with others, who can download them and use them on their handset.
Team: iGiveADamn (www.igiveadamn.org.uk)
Members: Kyle, Jamie, Mike
Project Name: GIVE BLOOD
Description: An app designed to encourage blood donation. Provides existing donors with information to make it easy to find and donate more regularly (location, to do lists etc.) Encourages new users to sign up with ‘games’ type rewards.
Members: Dean, Will, Sam, Mark
Project Name: Thrash Physics
Description: A virtual ‘toy box’ full of toys which can be played with. Uses a realistic physics system which allows users to do things like add various objects to the screen and then shake the phone, to see what happens. Alternatively, various items can be ‘fixed’ to the screen, allowing more complex interactions, toys and games to be created).
Published on November 8th, 2010 | No Comments