Game Art & Design Student’s “LiBot” Featured on WDUN
November 4, 2016
Yasmany Roman, who is working toward a Bachelor of Science in Game Art & Design at The Art Institute of Pittsburgh–Online Division, has had a game he helped to create selected as a finalist in the “GAME ON” competition at the MIA Animation Conference and Festival in Miami, Florida. Roman submitted the game, “LiBot,” along with six other collaborators. His work was featured on WDUN on Sunday, October 16, 2016.
LiBot is a semi-stylized, steampunk, 3D shooter game featuring LiBot, a small robot who is searching for his maker in order to exact revenge after being discarded for not being perfect. Roman is originally from Miami, Florida but now lives in Flowery Branch, Georgia.
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