Playing With Fire
Playing with fire is a game made in one week during the course Game Design 6: Experimental Game Design, in which students were tasked with rapidly creating prototypes using experimental methods or with unconventional restrictions. This game was created using only physical material, such as paper and rulers, and taking pictures of them to create animations. The restriction put on the students who made this game was to create a game which defied the normal conventions found in games. To this end this game aimed to make the player develop a relationship with fire, and ultimately trust it, even though they were controlling a paper character.
As the only programmer in this project it was my job to program the entire game, I also made the visual effects. The game can be played here.