Official Selection: Code Liberation x BFI Popup Games Exhibition 2018
Role: Lead Narrative Designer & Writer, Game Designer, Sound Designer
Operation Kanshi is a 2D narrative game set in 1940s Southeast Asia.
Play as an Intel Operative taking encrypted orders from your commanding officer via radio transmission and wiretap phone lines for the Ministry of Order & Stability. Follow the case of Vera & Poppy as the sisters find themselves aligned with opposing political parties after the war.
Here's How It Happened is a social, storytelling card game in which a group of friends have been accused of murder! Tell the most convincing cover up story to prove yourself innocent by any means necessary, even if it means throwing your friends under the bus! But you would never ACTUALLY throw someone under a bus, because you're not a murderer..... right?
By Avery Holmes, Emperatriz Ung, Francesca Carletto-Leon, and Temitope Olujobi.
Edge of Healing is a short, experimental environment storytelling game that uses the virtual environment to simulate the practice of Restorative Justice in ways that illustrate the experience of the participants while also imagining speculative futures for the designs and functions of spaces that Restorative Justice can take place in.
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 by Amanda Siswojo, Avery Holmes, Emperatriz Ung, and Xin Hu.
What To Do If You're Stopped By Police
Role: Game Designer, Writer, Programmer
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.
Made by Emperatriz Ung, Mae Metzli, and Gregory Q. Williams.