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 Game Overview

West Virginia Quest is a fun, educational app currently in development at our studio. It started with a computer science capstone group at West Virginia University in 2021.

 

It is now a collaboration between the university's Game Design and Interactive Media program, Computer Science program, the West Virginia State Museum, and MonRiverGames.

 

Our goal for this project is to engage the public's interest in our State Museum's wonderful exhibits in a new interactive method that goes along with its displays while adding something more modern to appeal to younger museum-goers. 

A Closer Look into the 2023-2024 Plans

Progress Video Update (May 2023)

Credits

FALL 2021- SPRING 2022 

 

Mentor: Dr. Francis Van Scoy

 

CSEE 480/481 Capstone Group: Seth Griffith. John Lowe, Aron Ludwinski, Austin Ooten, John Sanders, and Jacob Stine

 

FALL 2022- SPRING 2023 

 

Mentors: Heather Cole and Aron Ludwinski

 

CSEE 480/481 Capstone Group: Zachary Hubbard, London Bowen, Tyler Troutman, Tessla Muir, Joseph Bradford, David Snodgrass, and Amy Farson-Ciccone

 

MDIA 472 Capstone Collaborator- Jackson Sigler

SUMMER 2023

 

Zachary Hubbard, Tessla Muir, Breanne Myers , Ted Eicher, Joud Sabag, and Tom Heckman

 

FALL 2023- SPRING 2024 

 

Mentors: Breanne Myers, Ted Eicher, Tom Heckman, Zachary Hubbard, and Heather Cole

 

CSEE 480/481 Capstone Group: Jayanth Dhage, Masashi Takahashi, Benjamin Bradford, Harrison York, David Clark

 

MDIA 472 Capstone Collaborators: Alan Lin, Max Goins, and Joud Sabag

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