David Thornton, Mathematics, Computing & Information Sciences
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Project Run was designed and created with the sole purpose of being a platformer game. This game takes you through three levels, a beginner level, and intermediate level, and an expert level. The beginner level shows you the controls, and gives a simple space to learn the mechanics of the game. The intermediate level provides a more difficult challenge, giving way to a more jump-based puzzle instead of wall running as the first level was based around. The expert level is a combination of both jumping and wall running. There are some tricky jumps that you must time right to cross. There is also a section where you must time a jump into a wall run to prove that you have the skill to pass the level. At the end you exit the cave and end the game.
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Graphics and Human Computer Interfaces
Wade, Eric; Hopkins, Simon; and Johnson, Tyler, "Project Run" (2021). JSU Student Symposium 2021. 15.