12 October 2022
Recent graduates Alice Roncella and Edoardo Bertora (SpaceDuck Studio) take the 'Strano Award' with a game of strategy and competitive thinking on the first PRESS START - Video Game Student Conference, an event organised by IIDEA - the Association representing the video game industry in Italy.
A party game where each player plays the role of a little thief animal, hired by a gangster boss to steal some works of art from inside a museum. The place is under heavy guard, full of traps and with a mole-guard patrolling the halls.
It was the setting of the Leonardo da Vinci National Museum of Science and Technology in Milan (a Press Start Cultural Partner) that crowned - from among thirty candidate projects - the game Dirty Paws by Roncella and Bertora, which won the 'Strano Awards' at the Video Game Student Conference, one of the three competing prizes awarded by a Jury of 15 industry professionals. The game was also awarded with a cash prize of 2,000 euros.
This is a game of competitive strategy and stealth, an original mix of board game, video game and AR (using an application based on augmented reality, the traps are completely hidden, so that each thief has to act quickly and cleverly to prevail over the others, thus increasing the game's adrenalin charge). It was presented as part of a final dissertation project in Media Design last July at IED Milano.
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