Trash Toss is an educational mobile game that was made using Unity. It is currently on the Google Play store and can be played for free. With quirky yet realistic visuals, the game is targeted toward children, but ultimately, this game is for anyone who wants to know how to recycle right. The game teaches players what to recycle and the consequences for recycling the wrong item. The simple UI reflects waste management and real life conflicts like how money is lost when the wrong item is put into the wrong bin.
I was a software engineer and game designer on the team. I worked on fixing bugs, implementing new features, and creating the complex items using Adobe Illustrator, Pixlr, and Inkscape. I was on the Computer Science team, and I worked closely with the Outreach side of the Trash Toss team to get information and implement it in the game. For example, I reached out to them to get a list of complex items to make and add to the game.
You can play the older version of this game by downloading it on the Google Play store, but a newer version is coming out soon (most likely around June 2018).
These are digital games I made. You can scroll down blog-style to see the games or you can go to List of Games and click on a game to be taken to that specific one.
List of Games