Students of Higher School of Information Technologies and Information Systems have created an easy but interesting game Coobe.
Three-dimension computer game "Coobe" was presented by the residents Digital Media Lab, by the following students of Higher School of Information Technologies and Information Systems: Timur Azizov (3d year), Bulat Mukhutdinov (4th year), Arthur Nizamutdinov (4th year), Azamat Faizrakhmanov (2nd year) in the Khakathon Imagine Cup.
Imagine Cup is the largest technological contest which has been annually organized by Microsoft Company since 2003 for the worldwide students.
Azamat Faizrakhmanov, one of the developers of the game explained that the idea of the game has appeared occasionally.
- We came to Khakathon Imagine Cup with the other advent. The idea of the creation three-dimension game in the style of "2048" (the game created by Gabriele Chiurli) appeared directly on the Imagine Cup.
By the way, there were only 24 hours left from the idea till creation of the game.
- We have created a big cube with colorful spheres which are moving from one side to another and creating a sphere with a new color. The aim of the game is to create a sphere of the last color.
The game is now functioning on the Windows, Windows Phone, iOS и Android platforms. The game is breathtaking what the evidence of the good quality is. Higher School of Information Technologies and Information Systems students are planning to participate in the Russian level of Imagine Cup.
- Winning the Russian level we'll also participate in the international level of the contest. We are planning to add a number of interesting options, which will make the game more attractive for the users. Regarding the business promotion of the project, we are planning to propose the game on Windows Store, Play Market & AppStore.
For those who are "not in"
Digital Media Lab is dealing with games development and modeling and visualization in general. Students of Higher School of Information Technologies anв Information Systems is now working on the "Great Bulgar" project.