Professor Keith Zizza
Professor Brian J. Moriarty
Professor Britton R. Snyder
This report discusses the design and development of Xeero, a 3D action-puzzle-platforming game constructed from our own custom engine, original art and sound assets. Despite a small development team, we strove to create a highly-polished and marketable interactive experience. We explain the methodology employed, results gained, and challenges faced by each member of the team in pursuit of this goal.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Interactive Media and Game Development
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Anumba, Eric Charles, "Xeero: A 3D Action-Puzzle-Platforming Game" (2015). Masters Theses (All Theses, All Years). 507.