I'm a junior Game Design Major from St. Louis, Missouri. I have always loved games of all kinds, and it is my dream to make them for a living. I play all kinds of games, from different genres, and different platforms. While I grew up primarily playing video games, I eventually got into board games, and would be happy making either as a profession. This year is my first time working on a project for FUSE, and I’m very happy with how things are going on Spell Scribe. I think the game could actually be used in classrooms in the future, and I’m proud to be on the team.
In addition to Game Design, I am also double majoring in Religious Studies, and minoring in Computer Science. Computer Science is primarily to help me in creating games, since I’ve primarily done programming in Game Design so far. Religious studies on the other hand, is a field I have always been interested in, and I would like to use what I learn there to make games with religious themes or that can teach people about religion. I think whether or not someone is religious, it is important for people to know about religion and spirituality, and accept the beliefs of others.
Hell: Robot Onslaught Spectacular
This game was made for Game Design II. The player takes on the role of a demon defending his home from invading robots. It is a top down action game, which was prototyped in a few weeks.
This game was also made for Game Design II. You play as a fish, and your goal is to defeat enemies and adapt, becoming bigger and stronger until you become the "Big Kahuna". It was made as a prototype.