M, City in the Centre of the World

Platform: PlayStation 4

Genre: Puzzle, Platforms, Art.

When?: 2016-2017

What did I do?: Level Designer. Game Designer. Localization. Producer.

With who?: Gammera Nest.

What is it?: M, City in the Centre of the World is the second installment in the Nubla franchise. An even more ambitious project than the first one. It is still based on the paintings in the Thyssen Museum and this time it includes local co-op multiplayer.

The challenges in here came from the design of levels prepared for two characters with different skills, speeds and jumps, and to make every puzzle in the game so it could be solved in at least five different ways.

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Nubla

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Platform: PlayStation 4

Genre: Puzzle, Platforms, Art.

When?: 2013-2015

What did I do?: Level Designer. Game Designer. Localization. Producer.

With who?: Gammera Nest.

What is it?: Nubla is my biggest project by far. It is a game based on the paintings of the Thyssen Museum of Madrid. Nubla is a mix of platform and puzzle where you control an avatar that has some power depending on the artistic movement it is based on. Through the story you find yourself in a world on the brink of being destroyed by some mysterious forces and you have to rescue the elder sage Nubla, the long-legged elephant from Dali’s paintings.

It is the first of three chapters. The first one was released on December 2015 in a big event held at the Museum. It has been highlighted in several magazines and papers in Spain and abroad.

http://www.nublathegame.com/

Interview in The AAAA Magazine about Nubla

eldiario.es reports on Nubla

PlayStation Store link

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Hominidae: From Rift to Java

Platform: PS Vita

Genre: Puzle, Resource Management, Learning.

When?: 2014

What did I do?: I was a co-designer and history advisor. I designed the main loop and the first two levels.

With who?: Gammera Nest

What is it?: Hominidae was born from a workshop in the National Archaeological Museum of Madrid. The player is taught the ways different hominins would survive and evolve from Australopithecus to Homo Erectus. It is an educative game for people visiting the museum. It is still to be published.

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