(Photo by Juliana Reyes)
Fling the ball of goo around, collect stars, get to the next level. It sounds simple but we gave up after the second level. (Maybe that’s more a comment on our gaming skills.)
“Goo Goo!” is the latest game from Greg Lobanov and his label, Dumb and Fat Games. Lobanov, 22, graduated from Drexel last year. He was the student who hired himself for his required college internship.
Lobanov showed off the game at Arcade @ Dilworth last Saturday, the kickoff to Philly Tech Week 2015 presented by Comcast. The game is part of the Philly Dev Night Profit Jam, where developers are competing to see who can make the most money off games they built in two weeks. The competition ends this Thursday. Here’s Cipher Prime’s entry and a full list of everyone else’s games. Last we heard, Lobanov was winning.
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