The Ab Errantry team was represented at the Meaningful Play conference in October. Our paper was presented by PF Anderson and Dr. Maxim in the Health Games session on Saturday, October 13. We also offered a game play demonstration and testing session on Friday evening, with the expert assistance of Aristotelis Papaioannou. There is a […]Read More Ab Errantry Presented at Meaningful Play
This video game helps kids build their defenses to online predators 5/14/2018 UM-Dearborn undergrads and a UM-Ann Arbor librarian teamed up for a project to help young people with autism stay safe online. “It was beginning to develop a reputation as the unfinishable project. In fact, UM-Ann Arbor Emerging Technologies Librarian Patricia Anderson spent […]Read More Our first news profile!
The Ab Errantry Design Team, comprised of Sean Croskey, Luke Pacheco, Aristotelis Papaioannou, and Dominic Retli, won two awards in the 2018 University of Michigan Senior Design Competition. The team won both the Department Award for Computer and Information Science, as well as the Innovation Award overall. We believe this is the first time that one team has […]Read More Ab Errantry Wins Two Awards
Ab Errantry is an old-time style, side scroller, adventure/puzzle game. We’re just getting started, so watch here for when and where we will release the playable versions of the game, as well as open access and open source code and game assets. Stay tuned!Read More The Journey Begins