Beatboxer is a music fighting game where players can fight with different moves based on the beat of the music. It's a challenging concept to bring to life, but nothing that the BYU Animation game team isn't ready to handle. It is a challenging exploration of both artistic and technical aspects of game development.
Meet the students working on "Beatboxer"
DIRECTOR: David Burnham
David, a senior this year, has worked on several previous game projects including last year's E3-showcased Nokbak. David is hard-working and does all he can to get the project up and running.
If you would like to get involved with Beatboxer, come on over! The Animation Program’s annual game projects exist to help students improve their skills no matter where they’re starting from. Whether you’re a novice or an expert, we invite you to join the team!
To get involved, start by coming to dailies. (Dailies is a bi-weekly meeting in which progress is discussed, feedback is given, and assignments are made.) Currently, dailies are held at 2:00 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the Talmage, room 1110.
If you are unable to attend dailies, email Seth Holladay at firstname.lastname@example.org to express interest in working on the film. You may consider scheduling a time to meet up with either the Director or Producer to learn more about your assignment(s).
We’re excited to work with you on the game! Working on a senior game is one of the best ways to increase your skills, figure out what you want to do in the industry, create demo-reel material, and network.