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We Love Nuclear Armageddon

Dillon Handy, Alexandra Germek, Alexander Beauchesne, John Mancino, John Alex Cotto, Robert Bethune, Charles Stone, Stephen Baptiste, Michael Taranto, Timothy Landy,
United States of America,  Burlington, VT Champlain College,  Game Studio,  May 09, 2015
We Love Nuclear Armageddon is a satirical strategy game about interplanetary nuclear war. Playable in both local multiplayer and single-player matches on your mobile device, players take turns constructing buildings, launching missiles, and deploying shields in a bid to destroy each other. It reduces the strategy game down to its basics, emphasizing positioning over resource management across dense, quick matches. It's a bite-sized, stylized, tactical game, blending the looming threat of nuclear war with the cheerful anxieties of 1950's America to provide players with an arcade-style experience unique within the competitive strategy market.

The 10 of us worked for 7 months to create the game. The team consisted of 1 producer, 2 engineers, 3 artists, and 4 designers. It was created in Unity 3D using a custom framework, BeauSharp, created by our lead engineer. We brought the game to Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute for the 2015 Game Fest competition, where it won 1st place overall.
  • Animation
  • Design
  • Generalist (all)
  • Level Design
  • Programming
  • Story Development
  • UI Design
  • After Effects
  • Photoshop
  • Unity 3D
Epic Games
  • NEXT-GEN GAMING
  • Game of the Year
  • 1604 Page Views
  • 6 Images
  • May 12, 2015
The video shows the different aspects of our game from design, art, engineering and production points of view.

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