Purdue Chemistry Game
The Chemistry Game Project attempted to create an fun 3d game that was able to teach
college level Chemistry. On the project, I took on many roles including Project Lead,
Designer, and Gameplay Programmer.
During the time I was with the project, I primarly worked on a one-puzzle demo. In the demo,
the player has to work out the Haber-Bosch Process of Synthezing Ammonia. This is achieved by feeding
tanks into a large machine and using a "temperature gun" to adjust reactors. For this demo, I programmed
all the gameplay surrounding the puzzle. This includes:
- Puzzle Logic
- Tank Interaction
- Feedback (monitors)
The demo itself is to large for download but you can download a video of the gameplay here:
The following are different modules written to help run the demo
Note: The engine used to develop this game was TrueVision3D. Our lead programmer developed a wrapper
engine that handled graphics, loading resources, and entity communciation. All of the prototypes
developed were made using this engine. All code was written in C#.