What Should I Be?
Poetry game about gender and sexuality made in P5.play. Use the mouse to reveal more of the poem.
Written and created by Emperatriz Ung. Special thanks to Poe S. and Corey B, for help with art and music.
What To Do If You’re Stopped By Police
Twine game made for the 2017 #ResistJam. Combines poetry with content from the American Civil Liberties Union of New York, the Oxford English Dictionary, and other news sources.
Written by Emperatriz Ung. Art by Mae Metzli. Music by Gregory Q. Williams.
As the Light Changes
An interactive poetry project made in Unity about hysteria and postpartum depression based on Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s “The Yellow Wallpaper.”
Written and programmed by Emperatriz Ung. Images from Library of Congress archives, Brooklyn Museum archives, and Clipart Library. Music by Udo Vismann.
Land of Entrapment
An interactive fiction piece about familial obligation and immigration. Play as Elora Bejarano exploring her grandmother’s apartment.
Made by Emperatriz Ung in Inform 7.
A 3D narrative vignette about Aria’s dollhouse and childhood.
Made in Unity by Francesca Carletto-Leon and Emperatriz Ung. Prototyped for the Game Studio I final at the NYU Game Center.
A six player tabletop game, where players struggle to survive as a Kraken chases after their ship. Players move around the deck risking safety for more gold. The surviving player with the most gold wins!
Made for Game Design I at the NYU Game Center by Amanda Siswojo, Avery Holmes, E. Ung, and Xin Hu.
I Can’t Believe It’s Not Murder
A four-player social narrative card game where players pin a murder on a friend.
First prototyped for Game Design I at the NYU Game Center by Avery Holmes, E. Ung, Francesca Carletto-Leon, and Temitope Olujobi.
A three player game in which players create their own campaign trails to spread political seeds across the many galaxies in the hope of becoming the leader of the universe.
By Edanur Kuntman, Emperatriz Ung, Carol Mertz, and Jordan Jones-Brewster.