Thanks to generous support, our digital studio program offers our students the opportunity to work with professional tools and prepare for careers in the animation and video game industries. Over the summer, a group of middle and high school students completed their first video game and launched it to the general public.
In InfectDEAD, our students imagined a town where zombies run free. The central character, armed only with a spray bottle of household cleaner, must navigate through the town to defeat zombies and save mom. Led by Digital Studio Director Alex Monita, our students completed design work and coding for the 1080p game using free Blender and Unity development software.
The game is available for free to everyone with a OUYA device and will soon be available for Android devices. Check out our clip about the development of the game! Watch it HERE.