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NUA students’ game picked as “one of the best” at Develop: Brighton

NUA students’ game picked as “one of the best” at Develop: Brighton

A game designed by six BA (Hons) Games Art and Design students has been picked as “one of the best” to be showcased at this year’s Develop: Brighton conference.

Video arcade made by the BA Games Art and Design team for the Norwich University of the Arts 2018 Degree Shows

Journalists at Kotaku picked Rhythm of the Gods in its selection of the six most interesting games at the conference – one of the biggest events in the European games industry calendar.

According to Kotaku: “It’s a quirky and impressive game, built over three months as a final year university project.”

The game was the brainchild of BA Games Art and Design students Luke Massey, Sophia Giannattasio, Tia Fernandes, Connor Baker-Mortlock, Finn Alpin, and Erin Gray.

Course Leader Mark Wickham said: “Develop: Brighton is the biggest independent game developers’ conference in the UK and we’re incredibly proud to see Rhythm of the Gods selected by Kotaku as a highlight of the event.

“The team has created a wonderful gameplay experience and will continue development to release in the foreseeable future. I’m confident that this will in time join the likes of ‘The Lost Bear’, ‘Baum’, ‘Tick Tock Toys’ and ‘Shu’ in the ever expanding catalogue of successful Games Art and Design graduate titles.”