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  • Results From Game Design Challenge: Oddball Animals

    [12.26.17]
    - Danny Cowan
  • From Bandai's handheld Tamagotchi to the Petz series, the virtual pet genre carved a unique niche for itself in the games industry. While countless household pet simulators emerged during the genre's boom period, the '90s also brought us Pokemon, which allowed players to breed, train, and fight a host of unusual creatures. By cleverly fusing genres, Pokemon became a worldwide sensation, and we think the pet simulation genre is ready for its next big hit.

    For Game Career Guide's latest Game Design Challenge, our readers designed games about raising and training virtual creatures. Here are our top picks!

    Best Entries

    Daniel Kim, Mini-Mimic (see page 2)

    D. B. Koonce, Puzzle Pet Heroes! (see page 3)

    Muhamad Umar Mokhtar Ashaari Bin Muhamad, Student at Multimedia University Faculty of Computing Informatics, Untitled (see page 4)

    Yap ZhiHon, Student at Multimedia University Faculty of Computing and Informatics, Monster Dominion (see page 5)

    Faiz Rashib, Student at Multimedia University Faculty of Computing and Informatics, Rapid Evolution (see page 6)

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