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  • Results from Game Design Challenge: Wild Wild Life

    - Danny Cowan
  • From the cartoony mascots of the '90s to your canine companion in the most recent entry in the Call of Duty franchise, developers have found a myriad of fanciful ways to incorporate animals into their games. However, games that attempt to realistically (or even semi-realistically) portray what it's like to be a particular species of animal are fairly sparse.

    For Game Career Guide's latest Game Design Challenge, our readers designed video games about the daily lives of animals. Here are our top picks.

    Best Entries

    Allan Cudicio, Game Design Student at the Games Academy in Berlin, Germany, Alkasan - Story of a Fennec (see page 2)

    Juan Belón Pérez, Leopard in the Wild (see page 3)

    Renato Araujo Lima Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná, Brazil Prey - Project Abyss (see page 4)

    Mitar Stjepčević, Student at University of Novi Sad, The Sunflower Patches (see page 5)

    Joshua Gleason & Andrew Hanawalt, Toro Tempest (see page 6)


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