Students of Rotterdam University make 3D game in 14 weeks

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  • (1888PressRelease) January 16, 2016 - The team, comprised of 11 students from different educational backgrounds came together on October 14th to start working on their newest 3D game. After an intense, 14-week period, Mini Mayhem has become a reality.

    The game intends to revolutionize the Party game genre by making it accessible on many different platforms and providing online functionality. Mini Mayhem is an online competitive multiplayer game where players are tasked to run through a series of connecting halls and chambers trying to escape certain death. Players can earn points by completing the given objectives in each chamber, while trying to prevent the other players from doing the same by using the tools at their disposal.

    The eleven students all convened at their school building on October 14th, eager to start working on what would eventually become Mini Mayhem. The group contains students with many educational backgrounds, ranging from Software Engineers, UX Designers and even a Chemical Engineer! The task was clear, make a fun and engaging game that is viable for commercial success. After many weeks of hardships and long nights the team is finally ready to present their game at their school's yearly game exhibit.

    Mini Mayhem will be presented and will be playable along with two other games that were also created during the 14 week period. The event will take place on Monday February 1st 2016 from 18:00 to 22:00, at the University of Applied Sciences, location Wijnhaven 107, 3011 WN Rotterdam. Everyone who is interested is welcome.

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