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These are 5 games that were showcased at LevelUp made by students, These games look awesome they could easily be compared to Blockbuster Games in this day. 5 Deadly Games showcased at LevelUp

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Plunder

Created by a team of OCAD and U of T students, this is a game for anyone who wants to actually be the Kraken. Up to four players control pirate ships or massive sea monsters in a capture-the-flag type of scenario. Pirates seek treasure chests, while the monsters seek pirates. Pirates use grappling hooks to collect treasure and move around the map, while the sea monster’s tentacles give it similar abilities.

Shadow Tag

Shadow Tag is an online interpretation of the schoolyard game of tag.

Shadow Tag is an online interpretation of the schoolyard game of tag.

Another OCAD and U of T combination creation, this game takes inspiration from the schoolyard game of tag. The multiplayer game requires players to step on each others’ shadows trying to steal them. They get smaller as they are stepped on, and the light in the arena moves around so the shadows are always changing. Players can also hide in the shadows of the environment, which protects them from other players. There’s also a “Freeze” power-up that locks players in place.

Chrominance

Players must discover how to restore peace to the world in Chrominance.

Players must discover how to restore peace to the world in Chrominance.

Can you bring light back to the world? That’s the plan in Chrominance, where monsters and magical colour changing structures dot the surreal landscape. The single player must explore the world using colour and stealth to navigate, and discover how to restore peace. Collecting prism fragments spread throughout the land will brighten the world and destroy the monsters.

Empyria

Empyria is steampunk-inspired.

Empyria is steampunk-inspired.

Created by a team called Awkward Interactions from Algonquin College, this steampunk-inspired game is set in an open world flying city. You play as the title character, harnessing electricity to vanquish his foe. Shot from a first-person point-of-view, players can customize different spells into more than 300 combinations, and promise some emergent gameplay, letting user adapt to their preferred play style.

 

Solanka: Journey to the Sun

Players take on giant animals in Solanka: Journey to the Sun.

Players take on giant animals in Solanka: Journey to the Sun.

Team Fancy Forge created this adventure game that requires your sword-carrying hero to roam across a vast land, and take on larger, animal foes. There is also a definiteShadow of the Colossus inspiration, as there are also giant Titans to take out.

These games don’t only look good but seem to have been created by the next generation of game developers, imagine what they can do as students and now image what they will be able to do as Developers! 5 Deadly Games showcased at LevelUp

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