Someone needs to offer Arthur Nishimoto a job in video game development with a quickness.
This University of Illinois graduate student has designed an "unofficial" Star Wars game that's pretty much one of the coolest things I have ever seen.
Find out all the extra details and see a video of Nishimoto's touchscreen, multiplayer strategy game in action. Did we mention he's got it running on a 20-foot screen?
Ladies and gentlemen, I give you Fleet Commander. Nishimoto originally built the game to be used on the 52-inch TacTile touchsceen, but eventually upgraded the software to play on the school's LCD wall, Cyper-Commons.
Just have to 'boost' this topic, it seems like an awesome project!
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