I am a freshman Game Design major that is also heavily involved in music programs in and around the Bradley area as a bass guitarist. I am passionate about software development and math, and no matter what I get involved with in my future, I will bring passion projects of mine to life.
I worked as the designer and programmer of this infinite-runner I made in just a few short months where you play as a lightning bolt zipping downwards, trying to reach Benjamin Franklin's key during his famous lightning experiment.
Ben's Bolt- Highlighted Code
Despite being new to programming this type of game along with the short deadline, it didn't stop me from trying to be as creative as I could. I wanted to make all of my backgrounds unique since I was working with an empty sky as my background. So, instead of making the backgrounds of my game mesh together naturally, I added a background transition of stormy clouds passing by that would play when the backgrounds switched. While a lot more work, it added some nice, fun visual variety to my game.
Ben's Bolt- Background
This is one of four pieces of background artwork I made in just a couple days for my game. Since I am no artist and was not fully acquainted with Adobe Illustrator at the time, I am happy with how they turned out, especially this one! It was fun experimenting with the sky at different times and with different colors.