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Thursday, May 10, 2007
Roughly half of the thirty-six student projects showcased on DigiPen's games gallery have been made available for download.

The rest would probably be added to the list very shortly.
4 Comments:
Anonymous B. said at 5/10/2007 10:06:00 AM:  
I've given them all a short try, and basically there are four which are okay.

Empyreal Nocturne was nice. Claustroshpere and Bossinabox are games I have to go back and play a few minutes more to form an opinion, but seem like they might be good once you get into it. And finally PHLOP looks like Armadillo Run, with some extras, but worse graphics (probably made for 1024x768, which would be okay if you could get it out of full screen, now it's all blurry).
Anonymous b. said at 5/10/2007 10:11:00 AM:  
I should add that I couldn't get Virtual Soldier or Wrecking Ball to run.
Blogger Tim W. said at 5/10/2007 11:02:00 AM:  
Yeah JB, seems like those four are the only ones worth mentioning. Couldn't get PHLOP to work on my machine though, and judging from my internet connection it could be a couple of days before I get a look at the rest of the games.

Maybe beta testing is not part of their curriculum? ;)
Anonymous b. said at 5/15/2007 10:27:00 AM:  
There's a bunch of games at the fallery where the download has been made available now.

Thought you'd like to know.