Masters of Constantinople

Here’s a brand spanking new game I worked on at my day job: Masters of Constantinople. It’s a web-based Encarta MindMaze-like trivia game, with an underlying story and colourful characters and stuff. I worked on co-designing the gameplay and on implementing it using Undum, the same library that I used to create The Play. Anyway, do give it a whirl; I’m quite proud of the work our team did on it. You might just learn some interesting new things about medieval history…

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2 Responses to Masters of Constantinople

  1. Rikard says:

    I gave it a quick look, and it does look potentially interesting AFAICT. (I read as far as I could without an account.)

  2. Ufnal says:

    As a person interested in both history and education (meant as a process of passing knowledge between student and teacher, not the school system or such boring things), I must say that I LOVED it. It was one of the best games I’ve ever found on the net!

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