Train2Game News: My Sea Park, a new mobile game with heavy Train2Game student input released worldwide

My Sea Park is a brand new mobile game that’s received heavy input from Train2Game students on work placement at DR Studios and its available worldwide for iPhone and Ipad now.

Seven students worked on the iOS game, with Train2Game game designer Craig Moore serving as design lead.

My Sea Park lets players explore their creativity by building the biggest and best marine-themed amusement park in the world. The following Train2Game students also aided in development of My Sea Park, using skills learned on the developer, designer and art and animation courses.

Ben Collings – Art
Ezekiel Morris – Art
Jonny Robinson – Design
Matty Wyett-Simmonds – Art
Rudi Will – Design
Tim Woods – Programming

With more than 50 different attractions available, My Sea Park allows players to maintain and fill their parks with wonderful sea animals, rides, restaurants and other special items to entertain their guests.

In addition, My Sea Park allows players to completely customize their sea attractions with an abundance of decorations, cute animals and shows.

Watch the trailer below, here on The Train2Game Blog.

Like it? Then support fellow Train2Game students by downloading My Sea Park from the App Store now!

There’s more on My Sea Park here on The Train2Game Blog, while keep reading for the latest industry experience diaries from Train2Game students on placement at DR Studios.

As usual, leave your comments here on The Train2Game Blog, or on the Train2Game forum.

Train2Game student industry experience diary: Craig Moore at DR Studios – week 17

Train2Game Game Designer Craig Moore is on a Train2Game work placement at DR Studios. In his latest industry experience diary, he discusses being busy and the advantages and disadvantages of taking risks.

Read what Craig has to say about his Train2Game work placement  here on The Train2Game Blog, or on the Train2Game Scribd page.

Train2Game student industry experience diary: Craig Moore at DR Studios – week 15

Train2Game Game Designer Craig Moore is on a Train2Game work placement at DR Studios. In his latest industry experience diaries, he details what he’s been up at the Milton Keynes based game developer and how excited he is to be there.

Read what Craig has to say about his Train2Game work placement  here on The Train2Game Blog, or on the Train2Game Scribd page.

As usual, leave your comments here on The Train2Game Blog, or on the Train2Game forum.

More Train2Game industry experience diaries are right here on The Train2Game Blog. 

Train2Game student industry experience diary: Craig Moore weeks 10-12

Train2Game Game Designer Craig Moore is on a Train2Game work placement at DR Studios. In his latest industry experience diaries, he details what he’s been up at the Milton Keynes based game developer, including feeling the pressure of deadlines.

Read what Craig has to say about his Train2Game work placement  here on The Train2Game Blog, or on the Train2Game Scribd page.

Craig’s previous Train2Game industry experience diaries are here on The Train2Game Blog.

Train2Game student Craig Moore’s industry experience diary digest

Train2Game Game Designer Craig Moore has been on a Train2Game work placement at DR Studios. In his latest industry experience diaries, he details what he’s been up at the Milton Keynes based game development studio.

Read what Craig has to say about his Train2Game work placement  here on The Train2Game Blog, or on the Train2Game Scribd page.

Craig’s previous Train2Game industry experience diariesare  here on The Train2Game Blog.

As usual, leave your comments here on The Train2Game Blog, or on the Train2Game forum.

Train2Game industry experience diaries of Craig Moore 3 to 7

Train2Game Game Designer Craig Moore has been on a Train2Game work placement at DR Studios. In his latest industry experience diaries, he details what he’s been up in the game development studio.

Read what Craig has to say about his Train2Game work placement here on the Train2Game blog, or on the Train2Game Scribd page.