Hello! My name is Connor, and I am a freshman in the IM - Game Design program.
I'm very interested in virtual reality and innovation in relation to the development of video games. I look forward to seeing how the ever-improving world of technology affects the future of the interactive media industry. As I continue my time here at Bradley, I hope to pick up the various skills that will allow me to make significant innovations in the video game industry.
I've always wanted to design video games because I love making other people happy. The thought of something that I create entertaining other people makes me ecstatic, and I always prioritize fun in my projects. In my career, I've only made a couple games including an endless-runner game called Poro the Wonder Bear, and a walking simulator called Eternity.
I am a huge fan of Dungeons and Dragons, and I'm involved in multiple different campaigns. I also enjoy keeping myself educated on recent innovations in gaming by indulging in different types of gaming experiences. The feeling of discovery and wonder that video games can offer is a big factor in why I am so interested in creating new types of gaming experiences for people to enjoy.
Poro the Wonder Bear is an endless-runner game developed using Stencyl for Windows, Mac, and Linux devices. The player takes control of a circus bear, Poro, and must complete various stunts in order to impress the audience. The game ends when Poro slips up. This game was developed in 2017.
Eternity is a walking-simulator created in Unity in 2017. The game is a commentary on the way experienced gamers expect so much out of a game, that they often forget to stop and admire what has been given to them by the developers. All assets were made in Blender.
Come one, come all, to the greatest showing of strength on the planet! Fantastic Feats. Daring Dangers. Stupendous Stunts. Visit the travelling group of the astounding Strongman Troupe! This poster was an assignment for one of my classes. I decided to do a gaudy advert for a fantasy circus troupe!