Leah Jorgensen

About Me

I am a freshman Game Design major and am expecting to minor in Communication. I love history to a fault and would love to create games that expand people's knowledge in that area-- especially when it comes to the French Revolution. During my time here at Bradley, I want to give myself a wide and varied base of skills, so that, in the future, I have plenty of options for career paths. In my free time, I enjoy reading, writing, drawing, playing video games watching videos and hanging out with friends.

Featured Projects


Safe Arbor Video Game

Safe Arbor Video Game

As the sole creator of this game, I was the designer, programmer, artist and animator. The premise revolves around a little sapling in a dense forest, looking to grow above the canopy where he can get the nutrients he needs. It was created in Unity.

Safe Arbor Animation

Safe Arbor Animation

Again, as the sole creator I was the artist and the animator. This is the animation that precedes the above mentioned game. It was primarily made in Adobe Aftereffects, but also heavily relied on Illustrator and Audition.

Timeless

Timeless

Timeless is a card game based in the French Revolution. I did all the design and art for it and it was submitted to the Board Game Geek 9-Card Game contest. It can be printed and played from that website.

Enjoy our boardgame stations! This year we have Party Corgis where players use Party Favors or use special Corgi Powers with the goal of attracting as many corgis as possible to their party! Disputes for Dominance a 3 player card game where players take turns playing cards, trying to gain as many influence dice as possible from others while maintaining their own. Timeless in which a time traveler goes back to the time of the French Revolution to ensure the demise of Maximillien Robespierre. And finally, Criminal Callout, a 9 card game played by 3 players. A murder has occurred in the player's town and they're trying to figure out who the guilty party is, without being accused themselves.