Engine House’s Mike Richter took a day out of the office last week to visit local students at Penwith College.
The first year Foundation Degree in Computer Games Design and Production students were pitching 2D infinite runner games which they have been recently developing. The winning ideas are going into production and will be put on Google Playstore at the end of the project.
The work was extremely impressive and Mike came away singing their praises. By the end of their course we imagine they will have developed into some really talented graduates!
The games included everything from black and white horror environments to wacky scientists. During the pitches, the students were required to detail their entire concept and work progress, including style references, mood boards, character and environment design, animation tests, menu designs, coding, timescales and much, much more.
All the students were professional and highly skilled, showcasing talented work for so early in their course.
Engine House also gives a big seal of approval on the lunch that was provided as the catering students put on a rather impressive spread for the panel- top marks!
It’s great to see what good work is going on locally. We will definitely be keeping an eye on these guys to see what they come up with in the future. Keep it up, Penwith!