Build - First Playable

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A and D to Move

Space to Jump

E to PickUp Ball

Left Mouse Click to Throw

W to Climb up Chain

 

First Playable of Chained showing off art, animation, sound and early levels.

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Contact Information:

Jonathan Gregoire - Game Design
JonathanAGregoire@gmail.com

Updates

December 2017

I started doing contract work for a start-up company called MyPad3D that focuses on VR experiences for corporate products.

 

More interestingly, I have begun to prototype my own card game on the side and have been volunteering with Sunbreak Games on an unannounced product.

 

July 2017

With a heavy heart, E-Line Media has shut down the Seattle studio, laying off everyone including myself. I am currently looking for new opportunities.

 

November 2016

Began working at E-Line Media again as a Level Designer on an unannounced and untitled game.

 

October 2016

Updating my website to reflect the work I did on the Forest Song with Colabee Studios. Unfortunately due to funding issues, I am no longer with them, so I am currently looking for new opportunities.

 

December 2015

Lots of new stuff since I last updated. Added in a short comic I made called Old Debts. Also have put up information about my role(s) on Never Alone and Never Alone: FoxTales.

 

January 2015

Promoted to Lead Designer on Never Alone: FoxTales at E-Line Media.

 

Summer 2014

Graduated Digipen as a BAGD and with a Cum Laude. Started working at E-Line Media as a Level Designer.

 

March 2014

Uploaded a new Beta build of Chained. Also just put up the old builds of the game for anyone interested in our very quick process and progress.

 

January 2014

I recently wrote a paper that was published for the IGDA about the benefit of Paper Prototyping. You can read it at this following link: http://newsletter.igda.org/2013/11/30/student-beat-faceoff-the-influences-of-board-games-on-video-games/#!

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