Monthly Archives: November 2015

Beowulf games with UCL Anglo-Saxon

A group of students of Anglo-Saxon have been developing videogames exploring Beowulf, led by Dr Vicky Symons and Professor Richard North. Here you can see four examples: a ‘manuscript game’ which explores the Beowulf manuscript’s context; a game level from Beowulf’s point of view; a game level from Grendel’s point of view; ¬†and a revenge game based on the Finnsburg

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Beowulf at Game City

Young game-designers had the chance to make their own games using the programming system and visual assets of Missionmaker during Game City’s halfterm workshops at the National Videogame Arcade in Nottingham. The workshop was part of the Playing Beowulf project, and was led by Alison Gazzard, Abel Drew and Andrew Burn. The workshop had capacity for five participants, and was

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