Computer Games Development graduate working on BAFTA Video Games Award nominated title
2 May 2012
Daniel Richards, a graduate from the BSc Computer Games Development course back in 2010 is currently working as a Game Developer at WE R Interactive.
WE R Interactive are a new company who specialise in social gaming via platforms like Facebook and are finding success with their title "I AM PLAYR" which is a first person association football video game with social network elements and, was recently nominated for "Best Online Browser Game" at the Gaming BAFTAs.
The game was recently featured by the BBC in a BAFTA Video Games Award ceremony news story which laregly features their "I AM PLAYR" title and discussed the future of gaming, the decline of traditional console game sales and the rapid growth of social gaming.
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