A lava lamp falls in love with the a girl who gave him life.
An adolescent girl must jump, crawl, and puzzle her way through different book genres.
Weave is DMC inspired character action game where the player defeats the minions of corrupt gods using rope or flexible weapons. Players then travel to different areas in the world and purify physical manifestations of the gods known as titans.
Play as Val as she tumbles head first into Limbo and fights her way back home, saving a civilization of diverse and quirky characters from imminent destruction under the Founders along the way.
Play as 1 of 4 heroes, each with differing abilities, and explore the world through their eyes as they struggle to keep their countries and people afloat.
A dune surfing 3d platformer with emphasis on momentum management skillfully maneuvering the environment.
PrePro’s a club where we showcase our work, collaborating in a team environment, and chilling with friends. On Pitch Day, people with a concept for a game, or other media, will describe it to the group. We will then vote on which project we want to work on for the semester. Regular meetings after that will be like a studio setting with everyone pitching in their creative talents, whether that be art, music, voice acting, coding, and writing. You can also bring in outside work that you want reviewed and showcased. Overall, the club can give you a chance to work on your portfolio outside of classwork.
Of course, this is all at your own leisure. We don’t expect to have a finished prototype by the end of the semester; whatever you can contribute is cool! You are free to come and go as you please, work on whatever and just hang out with friends! Chat it up with fellow members over games, art, dank memes- whatever floats your boat! Not to mention, snacks will be provided!
President: Denzel Buenafe
Vice President: Wil Gilmore
Secretary: Archit Singh
Treasurer: Andrew Ward
Webmaster: Anthony Lawn
PrePro has meetings every Friday from 4-7pm in room ATC 2.602. Snacks may be served. We also have the following special types of meetings:
At the beginning of every semester we’ll have a day where anyone can present their idea for the game the club will work on that semester! Here are some things to include in your pitch:
Ideally, these would be presented either a powerpoint or design document, the latter of which you can see an example of here.
Our club also has regular game days, which are days where instead of working we just have fun socializing and playing games. Everyone is encouraged to bring their controllers and board games for a casual night of socializing and fun!
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