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All posts tagged “game”

A quick overview of my 2nd game in development: Baby Dino Adventures 🍼

Play an early demo on:
🏠 Itch.io: https://sleepingpandagames.itch.io/baby-dino-adventures
⚡️ Game Jolt: https://gamejolt.com/games/babydinoadventures/382145

⚠️ This game is under active development, and is an early playable prototype with 20 levels for now. This game might change/evolve drastically with time depending on your feedbacks.

Captured with Snapper App

I recently changed the game direction. I really want it to be kids friendly so you'll not kill any enemies, but save them instead.

What you guys think about this screenshot? The animation let a heart appear. I'll probably add a cat ghost/spirit instead, but not so sure about.

Game UI kit (WIP).

A few weeks ago, I changed my career and started working as a UI designer at a game company. New area, new paradigms, many new concepts to learn.

One of these important things is the ability to illustrate certain elements at the interface of a game. So I decided to practice a little by designing a game UI kit. So, these are the first elements (I intend to make other components like buttons, modals, lists etc).

I would like to receive feedbacks on the work so far and mainly tips from game interface artists that can inspire me and that I can learn a little more from them.

In the last weeks I was working on a redesign of a game called Sniper 3D: Assassin.

Improve the game experience (architecture, rewards, aesthetics, interface etc)

Unfortunately, I can't show the whole process of this redesign, but since it is the first time I design an interface for a game, I would like feedbacks about the visual language that I adopted for this redesign.

My visual references varied from Battlefield to Call of Duty Black Ops. However, because the size of mobile devices, I was very concerned with the organization of content (presenting to the user only the elements that make sense to the context of the active menu), size of texts, graphic elements etc.

I hope that soon I can get authorization to publish the entire redesign process to ask for opinions on the whole process.