OVoké is an Educational Game that teaches special education students to independently travel by public transportation.
OVoké (pronunciation: /ʊəveɪ ːəʊ'keɪ/) is a huge success! Both the client and the special education students enjoyed the game. Our team of 4 students is even awarded with a ‘Stellar Strategy’ award at ICA Presents!
As Game Artist my task was creating the look and feel of the game. I designed the interface, the look of the game world, and Winston, the train conductor racoon. All with a focus on a low visual noise level and easy to understand visual cues. I’m most proud of my animated cute but confident racoon. Check below for screenshots!
Skills Character Design, Interface Design, Environment Design
Software Illustrator, Photoshop, After Effects
Co-Creators Mike Romeo, Dave Lingier, Zakaria Mohamed
Semester Serious Games (Communication & Media Design) at HAN