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!


OVoké level selection screen © Mike van Putten

OVoké level selection screen

Check-in with your public transportation card © Mike van Putten

Check-in with your public transportation card

Creating a 'Plan B' © Mike van Putten

Creating a 'Plan B'

Train platform © Mike van Putten

Train platform

  • Skills Character Design, Interface Design, Environment Design
  • Software Illustrator, Photoshop, After Effects
  • Client iXperium
  • Co-Creators Mike Romeo, Dave Lingier, Zakaria Mohamed
  • Semester Serious Games (Communication & Media Design) at HAN

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