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Titan Small Alpha

3D first & third person game prototype for arcade cabinet. Controls: Player 1: (Left side of screen) W FGH ASDCVB F - Move Left H - Move Right W - Move Forward S - Move Backward A - Turn Left D - Turn Right G - Shoot C - Switch between Third Person / First Person View Player 2: (Right side of screen) ↑ JKL ←↓→NM, J - Move Left L - Move Right ↑ - Move Forward ↓ - Move Backward ← - Turn Left → - Turn Right K - Shoot , - Switch between Third Person / First Person View


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Bunny Happyness

A fast-paced arcade game where the bunny must eat all the apples before the wolf eats the bunny. This is my first time making a game. ↑ ←↓→ Use these keys. That is all.


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Megarena

A fighting game that pitches two players against each other in an epic battle of dominance. Players must shoot, collect power-ups, and defend to outsmart their opponent.


Made for The Fighting Games Challenge

Minus A Bajaj
Feb 6, 2014
4:54pm

Global Game Jam Games

Check out all of the awesome games that were made during the Global Game Jam here:

http://globalgamejam.org/2014/jam-sites/san-jos%C3%A9-state-university/g...

Cail's Adventure

Aim higher or quicker! Keep breaking your previous records by achieving higher score or shorter clear time. Created for ART/CS 108 class and for my achievement, in this platformer RPG game, you will be a random adventurer Cail, who seeks for random adventures and is through vast and perilous stages. It is highly recommended to try finding ways to gain more score or find shortcuts in game, because you’ll figure out them. For instance, you can hit enemies’ back to deal more damage and quickly make him to defeat… and much more! *Controls will be explained alongside tutorial stage. Move: ←→ Climb ladder: ↑↓ Jump: Z OR E Attack: X OR R Select/Continue (Menu/Dialogue) : Attack OR Enter Cancel/Pause: Esc *Pausing does not guarantee your character's safety. Make sure you're in secured place. Note that each weapon has different controls to attack. Sword: Normal attack (Combo: up to 3) : Attack Jump attack (in air) : Attack Stab up/down (in air) : ↑/↓ + Attack


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Kelsey Higham
Jan 30, 2014
9:09pm

Dropbox link

Is here! → HERE'S ART ASSETS YOU CAN USE ← Click that!

More details to follow!

Clashing Code

Everyone clash as their path crosses each other. Up to 4 players or AIs. 1 vs 1, 2 vs 2, 1 vs 2, or 1 vs 3. Press the Space during the title or character selection to see the controls. The game plays somewhat like Super Smash Bros. where there are the basic attacks and a button that does special attacks. There is also motion input special moves. Motion input list: Neutral Special: ↓, ↓→, →+Attack A Upward Special: →, ↓. ↓→+Attack A Forward Special: ↓, ↓→, →+Attack B Downward Special: →, ↓. ↓→+Attack B Hyper Special: ↓, ↓→, →+Attack C (with Max SP Guage/Purple Bar) Counter: After guarding a hit with Defense, →+Attack A or →+Attack B or Attack C Dodge: Hold Defense and press ← or → Shortcut input list: Neutral Special: Special Upward Special: ↑+Special Forward Special: →+Special Downward Special: ↓+Special Hyper Special: Special (with Max SP Guage/Purple Bar) Next implementation: > Free-for-all > Character balance (if we receive any feedback) > Complete WIP Changuya > New characters (depends on the designer) > Story mode Please send any feedback (such as bugs/glitches) to: gjphambrothers@gmail.com


Made for The Fighting Games Challenge

Altitude

This creative project is presented to the faculty of the school of Art & Art History San José State University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Bachelor of Fine Arts Presented by Glenn Pham Gallery Date: November 18 to 21, 2013 Reception at 6 PM on November 19, 2013 Location: USA, CA, San José State University, Art Building, 2nd Floor, Black Gallery Description: This is an altitude infographic simulation game. The player plays as normal 50 miles tall girl who crash landed on Earth. Unaware of her height for the planet, she must explore and find her items, which was scattered throughout the continent, before returning back to space. For controls, check the upper right corner of the interface. For more information check out the link at http://bit.ly/AltitudeBFA


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CIRCLE JOUST

Ram into your opponent to harm them! Whoever is moving faster harms the other — but if you miss, you'll hit the wall and take damage. Purple: W ASD Orange: ↑ ←↓→


Made for The Fighting Games Challenge

Minus A Bajaj
Nov 6, 2013
3:29pm

FTL Music by Ben Prunty

This Thursday, Ben Prunty, the musician of the indie game Faster Than Light, will be coming in to talk!

For some samples of FTL's soundtrack, please check out this link: http://benprunty.bandcamp.com/album/ftl

Professor Layton and the Mystery of the black hole and it ripped off all his arms and the gummy bear

Made by the Game Dev Club in 5 minutes probably! Use the ↑ ←↓→ ARROW KEYS


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Midterms

A girl is late to a test in school and she must struggle to get past things that go horribly wrong. As things go wrong, she must complete tasks to fix them and survive them to get to her test. ↑ ←→ SPACE To shoot


Made for Everything That Can Go Wrong Will Go Wrong

Get Me

Simply, Catch the Red Ball. Controls ↑ ←↓→


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Murphy's Diamond

You are a scientist on an expedition to uncover a mystical stone known as Murphy's Diamond from deep ocean shipwrecks. The Diamond is rumored to have the mysterious power to cause everything that can go wrong to go wrong - bad weather to appear, items of importance to disappear, engines to fail and ships to sink. You know you are getting closer to finding the diamond as more things go wrong throughout your journey. The only person unaffected by the diamond's powers is whomever it's previous owner was, whom you know not, though whoever he is, he is probably dead... at least... that's what you assume... NOTE: This is a short excerpt of the game play, the game itself in in the alpha stage of development. We hope you enjoy the demo! CONTROLS: Movement ↑ ←↓→ Action Space Exit Game Esc


Made for Everything That Can Go Wrong Will Go Wrong

Minus A Bajaj
Oct 3, 2013
8:42pm

SJSU x NeuroSky Hackathon

The SJSU x NeuroSky Hackathon is a unique opportunity for San Jose State University students across the arts, humanities and the sciences to engage with cutting edge technology – a mobile EEG brainwave sensor – in a competitive hackathon.

The Learning and Games Consortium (LGC), in collaboration with NeuroSky Inc., a San Jose-based sensor technology company is sponsoring the hackathon – a 24 hour technology jam where students create innovative projects under tight deadlines using computers, software, and brainwave sensor technologies.

The team which hacks together the best project as judged by industry experts and academics from SJSU and Neurosky will win a Neurosky Mindwave mobile headset.

The event provides access and opportunities for students to experiment with emerging technologies, while encouraging innovation, entrepreneurship and interdisciplinary interaction in a fun, creative, and challenging environment.

Signups can begin on Tuesday at the NeuroSky table at MacQuarrie Hall and can happen at any of the confirmed events with Johnny next week, including Game Dev Club!

Tues 8/10, 11:30am - 1:30pm: Signups in MQH
Wed 9/10, 11:30am - 1:30pm: Signups in MQH
Thu 10/10, 6:00pm - 7:00pm: Boot Camp (MQH 227)
Thu 10/10, 7:15 - 8pm: Game-Maker presentation (Art 241)

More info on the headset at http://developer.neurosky.com/

Link to the event: http://sjsugamedev.com/node/629

Kingdom Overture

There once was an alliance of five nations: Mystican, Diamondan, Naiadian, Maiden, and Valencia. One day, the Swords of Catastrophe fell from the sky. The wielders of these swords would be given great power, but at a price. The evil kingdom, Dorcha (purple), wanted the powers of these swords for themselves. In order to get the swords they declared war against the alliance because while some of the swords landed on their soil some of the swords landed on the alliance’s soil as well. The only way to get those swords would be to start a war and grab the swords when they had the chance. Now the question is, can you stop them?


Made for Everything That Can Go Wrong Will Go Wrong

Minus A Bajaj
Oct 1, 2013
9:10pm

Simon Que's Presentation on DuinoCube

Last Thursday we had Simon Que at the club to give a presentation on DuinoCube is an Arduino-based video game console, similar in capabilities to classic game consoles like SNES:

- 320x240 video mode, 18-bit color VGA output
- Four tiled background layers
- 256 independent sprites
- Dual-channel audio output
- SD card and USB support
- more features to come

You can check out his presentation slides here.

More Info about the event:
Development is done using the popular Arduino sketch editor. All the Arduino library code will be open source.

Duinocube is currently in the advanced stages of development. This is a chance for the Game Dev Club to be an early adopter and propel the project forward.

Robot Bouncers

A simple puzzle/Action game written entirely in C++ and OpenGL. The game was based off Bumper Balls from Mario Party. We just wanted to add in a new twist


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Nyx
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Operation Flytrap
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The Shmup of Death
Pew Pew

Capture flags, fight for planets, duel to the death, or play a game of tag with astronomically large robots jumping from planet to planet.


Made for 2 Player Challenge

Dorcha Banphrionsa

Sarahen and Devilan, princesses of the Dark Kingdom of Tenumbrus, were kept isolated in their castle, away from the rest of the world's light. Tired of being confined to their rooms, the sisters escaped from the shadows and fled into the outside world. Little that they knew, the outside world seemed to have something against them: their kingdom is in the midst of war with the Light Kingdom's Mystik Cavalries, and the dark monsters, fearing for their princesses' safety, are trying to bring them back to the castle. The tale of the Tenumbrus Princesses has just begun. Player 1: Up = W Left = A Down = S Right = D Light Attack = F Hard Attack = G Special Attack = H Player 2: Up = ↑ Left = ← Down = ↓ Right = → Light Attack = L Hard Attack = ; Special Attack = '


Made for 2 Player Challenge

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Dungeon Game
Kelsey Higham
Apr 22, 2013
12:57pm

WEBSITE button!


Figure 1

If your game is on another site on the Internet — for example, if it's a Flash or Unity game, or it's in an app store, or it was made for another site's competition — you can now put a WEBSITE button where the DOWNLOAD button normally is.

Check out Kill the Bunnies (Fig. 1) to see it in action!

Kelsey Higham
Apr 19, 2013
8:39am

Maya Tutorial Video

Daniel has uploaded a video of Jimi's Maya tutorial! It's a featured event on the Events page, or you can watch it right below this sentence.

Kelsey Higham
Apr 19, 2013
8:34am

FUSH DEMOCRACY

EVERYBODY WINS

Kelsey Higham
Apr 16, 2013
1:22am

WATCH ALL THE THINGS

Our videographer Daniel Wilson just uploaded a ton of videos!

On the Events page, you can find Gavin's Blender tutorial and my Game Maker tutorial, also embedded below:

blender1, blender2, blender3

On our Vimeo page, you can find the videos for the games Bob the Blender, Fruit Thief, Mr. Monkey's Revenge, and Fairy Invasion, also embedded below:

World Defender

Defend your world from incoming alien invaders using your orbital defensive turbo laser cannon turret. Earn weapon upgrades such as rapid fire, damage increase, knockback bonuses, explosive upgrades, and more as you progress through the game and see how well you did in the high scores. Don't let the aliens disable your planetary shield, or the game is over! Controls: USE THE MOUSE TO AIM AND CLICK TO FIRE


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gorbino
Apr 4, 2013
8:27pm

Events Update!

As some of you may have noticed, the site hasn't been updated with more awesome events in a while. Now that the officers have finally shaken off Spring Break fever, there are now tons of new stuff happening for our club!

TOMORROW is another Windows 8 App event, which will take place between 10 am to 5 pm at Room 241. Make games, get money!! If that's not enough, there will be free pizza!

You can find more info at the Facebook event page here.

APRIL 11th! IAN STOCKER!, the creator of Escape Goat will be giving a postmortem of his game and Q&A session. This is the first guest speaker the club has gotten in a while so don't miss the chance to attend this meeting! You may learn something new for your future game development career.

Check out Ian Stocker's game here.

Don't forget to come up with questions to ask!

Interested in creating your own 3-D characters or objects for your game? On April 18th is the Maya Tutorial with Jimi Youm, an Animation/Illustration student, who specializes in 3-D modeling.
You can get Autodesk Maya and other Autodesk software as a student from here. Jimi will be going over the basics on Maya.

April 25 is when your games for the second game challenge are due. Try to get them done by this date because we want to put them in the End of the Year Game Gallery Show to showcase the hard work you guys put out through the semester!

On May 2nd is a bit of a follow up for the Maya tutorial. Jared Mills, another Animation/Illustration student and Tim Huynh, a Computer Science major, will be leading a Source Engine/Hammer tutorial. They will go over on how to export Maya/Blender models into Source, and the level editor.

For dates and times for the events listed, check out the Events page!

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