Hello, my name is Levi Schoof I am currently sophomore Game Design and Computer Information Systems double major at Bradley University, from La Porte, Indiana. I have always had an interest in video games and the programming that makes them work.
I was drawn to video games for a few reasons and that is characters, story, and player choice. I have always had an interest in how games can make characters and stories that players can get attached to. To the point where people will be emotionally affected by things happening in the game. I also enjoy how games are one of the few media that can give people a choice. This fact lets video games do so many things that other types of media can not do.
In the future, I would either like to work at a large game company like Gearbox. Or, a smaller one like Behemoth or Adult Swim Games. I used these examples because they are the places I would like to work at the most. This is because I enjoy their games and think I would fit in well at the company.
Camp Slash is a card game that lets the players play as killers in a generic horror movie setting. The image is an example of what gameplay would like. It was created by me during my first semester of sophomore year.
Dice Heist is a dice game that has the players play as super-villains robbing a bank. The image is here is the artwork on the front and back of the box that the game comes in. The game was created by me during the first semester of sophomore year.
The Youthening is a side-scrolling shooter that has the player play as the embodiment of his childhood innocence trying to stay alive while going through things like school and finding a job. The image here is an example of gameplay during the job level. This game was created by a 4 person team during the first semester of sophomore year. I was the team lead and lead programmer on this project.