Catastropher is a mix of board, card and digital game. An omen of world destruction is announced, and the players (up to four) must try to survive a catastrophe, which is yet unknown to them. The board contains a set of stair, that lead to the destruction of the world. The stairs represent the time, of 15 minutes. After each minute, the totem included on the board must be advanced by any of the players. When the totem reaches the last stair: game over. The players who discovered the catastrophe and manage to survive it, win. The cards help the players with hints about the disaster, and with resources. Every three minutes a card is picked by every player. They can exchange these cards freely, but they should be used only once. The cards contain numbers, which should be typed in the digital game screen, and this leads to resources being added to the player's inventory, or a hint is revealed. The digital game consists of a group of possible survivors, who must collect resources and decide what to do with them.
Tools and Technologies:
We used prerendered 3D animations, created on Blender and programmed the digital game on Construct2.