Thursday, September 10, 2009

Project Pitch: RecursiO(n^2)

A reimagination of the prior SGD project Recursion (which might appear in the archives eventually), RecursiO(n^2) is a puzzle game which requires that players think recursively to win. Players will utilize and manipulate several instances of their character through time to solve puzzles, defuse traps, and find a way out.

The project is to be completed over the course of one semester using C++ on the Nintendo DS platform. At least five and up to ten positions are available, focusing in the game design and programming facets of the project. RecursiO(n^2) is directed by second-year CS major Dan Epstein.

Click here to download the Powerpoint presentation for RecursiO(n^2) (which contains more information and a gameplay mock-up).

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