Isaac Miller

About Me

Isaac Miller is a Freshman Game Design major looking to learn about and create a variety of different games while taking classes at Bradley University and following my graduation. As my future career, I would like to create board games or cards games for companies such as Wizards of the Coast or Mayfair Games. These companies would be my ideal place to work at. I inspired myself to look at this as a future career by playing a wide selection of different board games including games like Catan and Risk. Growing up I didn’t just play board games. I enjoyed playing video games all through my childhood, and this started a hobby that will continue throughout my life.
In junior year of high school I discovered something that would allow me to connect with other people that had similar interests as I do. That something is Magic the Gathering, a card game created by Wizards of the Coast. These friends would be people that I still talk to today, living almost four hours away from where we first played. This card game inspired me through it’s sprawling lore and influential creators to look at the art of building a world through my ideas.

Featured Projects


Incursio

Incursio

Incursio is a dice game where you play as one of the four playable characters, The Lich, Knight, Vampyr, and Priest. The players goal is to be the last one standing. Each character has four unique abilities that they gain as the game progresses. To use the abilities, players must roll the correct dice combinations.

Nightmare

Nightmare

Nightmare is an Infinite runner game where a young boy named Lucas runs from a shadow and his nightmares. In this game there was a brief animation to start it then it went into gameplay. In the game the player had to jump over and slide under nightmares as you run away from the shadow.

Nightmare Programming

Nightmare Programming

This is part of the coding I had to use in the game, Nightmare to make the background move. What this portion of the code does is it makes the background move to the left and then randomly select a new background image to replace the moving one so it seems endless.