Students Show Three Games at July Game Final Project Presentations

Three student groups from Shattered Studios presented the end results of months of designing, coding, hard work, problem-solving, and precision at the Game Project Final Presentations this month. Students, faculty, and family members gathered in the Full Sail Live Venue to check out what the students had to offer on the day before the graduation from Full Sail.

Ancient Astronut is a third person stealth game that follows the adventures of Fitz, an intergalactic traveler in Ancient Egypt on a mission to recover the lost blueprints for the Great Pyramids of Giza. As Fitz uses his advanced technology to reach his goal, he must dodge the people of Ancient Egypt who fear him for his alien appearance.

Nightlight is a 3D puzzle game that requires players to utilize the elements of light and darkness as they help lead character Evelyn navigate from her room to her parents’ bedroom after having a bad dream. The only catch is that her house has been twisted into a nightmarish world where only the illumination provided by light switches and lamps can guide her to safety.

Shopping Cart Derby lets players fly down the aisles of a supermarket as they attempt to complete their grocery list and make it back to the checkout – by any means necessary.

The Game Project Final Project Presentations require Game Development students to come together as a team and pitch an idea for a complete game. Once the idea gets approved, they team with Game Art and Recording Arts students to develop the project to its completion and present it before an audience of faculty, guests, and students.