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Greetings, from a student/aspiring game developer from Down Under!

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Greetings, from a student/aspiring game developer from Down Under!


I'm currently studing programming, and I've decided I'm going to try to make some sort of integration with Xperias (and droids) and Arx-Control by Logitech. I'm part of a small team of students in Adelaide who's looking to apply for a PS Vita Dev kit to develop one of our games we prototyped in a 48 hour game jam in our home city.


This was the prototype we came up with in the 48 hour game jam... Ele00.jpg

This is a small demo of what we sent to apply for the development kit.


Here's what it looks like now after we got to work on it for our end of year, 6-week practice production, our Artists did a fantastic job.




Hopefully next year I can get enough knowledge to be able to Integrate mobile devices in to our game somehow, and also make some tools or gadgets for XPeria and Steam. I already have some ideas for puzzles that can use the accelerometer on the Xperia, but I think it would be cool if I can get the PS4 controller to work on an Android port to control the characters to do some puzzles, but also can transfer the character back to the Desktop/Laptop game window for main interactions and story.


Well,  Bye for now!

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Re: Greetings, from a student/aspiring game developer from Down Under!

Looks nice,

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