UNANNOUNCED MOBILE PROJECT
High level concept and feature planning.
PvP design to cater for both casual and competitive audiences.
Character design, ability design, and game balance.
Crafting and delivering a project pitch to management for greenlight.
WHAT MAKES MY EXPERIENCE UNIQUE?
Made by interns.
Unique casual-competitive concept.
In production for release.
2017 June - August
A mid-core casual-competitive game which was developed from a small team into a mini-scale production during my internship at EA.
The NDA of the project is still in effect, but we gained permission to showcase and speak about the game's information on a macro scale as represented below.
Due to our lack of expertise in the mobile development at the time, we were tasked with performing market research on all mobile game genre's to get good footing in the industry.
This task particularly helped us a lot in understanding how we can translate our design process onto the mobile space. And at the end of our first month, we ended up playing around ~35 games, with genres ranging from - casino, 4X, RTS, CCG, moba, strategy, simulation, RPG, casual, adventure, action, puzzle, shooting, fighting, and racing.
I not only played the games required, but I also made breakdowns and analysis for each of them while including information such as - game & company briefs, business models, play times, downloads, revenue, acquisition, RPI, trends, demographics, ratings, currencies, progression, game modes, competition, game loop, flow, rewards, meta game, features, events, leaderboards, adverts, and even notifications - to get most out of my learning experience.
With the market research done, we exactly knew what features were needed for an X game to hit any right intended target audience.
Thus to prove ourselves, we began working on creating prototypes for the next big studio title, which took us around ~3 months, while our work ranged from - pillar conception, more market research, conception, brainstorming, character design, ability design, balancing, to prototyping before we went onto present it to the management. The project has since been scaled up for further development.
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WHAT WENT RIGHT?
Delivered a successful concept pitch to greenlight the project.
Gained valuable experience on building a title from ground up in a professional environment.
The prototype was highly polished.
WHAT TO IMPROVE?
Can't find many significant standout negative points to improve :)