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Most competitive sports boil down to “keep control of the ball” and “score goals.” But in top-down party shooter Quasar, a few more exciting layers are added on top. For one, the field is a futuristic neon arena full of obstacles and enemies. Then there’s the fact that up to four players control one of nine spacecraft, each with their own unique class, weapon type and stats. Think of it as soccer meets Pac-Man, with a lot of laser beams and flames thrown in.

Awards and Recognition

  • 2018 DigiPen Arcade @ PAX West

    Featured Game

Game Screenshots

  • Four spaceships approach a blue void in the center of a field filled with playing card suits.
  • A white and blue spaceship attack a bronze tank.
  • A turquoise centipede travels through a blue Pac-Man like playing field surrounded by the players.

The Team

  • James Dircks

    BA in Game Design

    Role: User Research

  • John Erbert

    BA in Game Design

    Role: Systems Design

  • Justin Fleming

    BA in Game Design

    Role: General Design

  • Joshua Greene

    BS in Computer Science in Real-Time Interactive Simulation

    Role: Audio Programmer

  • Quinn Layton

    BA in Game Design

    Role: General Design

  • Quintin Steiner

    BS in Computer Science in Real-Time Interactive Simulation

    Role: Graphics Programmer


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