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Tyler Gould Game Design
Anticipated Graduation Date: May 2018

About Me

My name is Tyler Gould and I am a Junior Game Design Major at Bradley University.

My main interests and skills lie in being a person who can do a little bit of every necessary task available. I pride myself in having the fortitude to undertake any given responsibilities to the best of my abilities. When working with a team I always make sure to be positive colleague and never let the team down.

I chose the path of being a designer because games have always been a part of my life. What interested me was the make up of those games I played growing up. One of the dreams I bring with me going though things is to be able to see my name in the credits screen of a game I helped produce and have other people who enjoyed that game see it too.

Featured Projects


Mother Daughter Tattoos

Mother Daughter Tattoos

I made this design at the end of 2016 for my mother or sister as a surprise Christmas gift for my sister. It was designed using Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop.

There Will Always Be Lies

There Will Always Be Lies

There Will Always Be Lies is a game made near the end of 2016. I programmed and designed the game in Unity while the art was accomplished using Adobe Illustrator. The game is designed in a way to make the player question their decision of following the rules.

Elephant TightRope Defense

Elephant TightRope Defense

The Summer of 2016 was when I designed and programmed Elephant TightRope Defense. This was executed in Unity and art was done using Adobe Illustrator. I collected music and sounds from royalty free sources and compiled for the sound design. Adobe Audition was used for touch ups on sound.

Feast Hall Frenzy is a VR experience for the HTC Vive. As soon as you put on the headset you will spend the next minute and a half as a powerful wizard. You will have free reign to destroy as much, or as little, of a magical feast hall as you like using three different spells ranging from a fire ball to a telekinesis beam. Made with 3D cartoon like voxel graphics, this experience is great for children, who are old enough to wear the headset, and adults alike.