Wyoming Game Developer Releases New Android App
There is so much talent here in the Cowboy State. We have musicians from all genres, artists, actors/actresses and now we can add game developers to the list.
PJ Chavez is a game developer from Torrington, currently based out of Cheyenne, that released his latest creation, College Days – Summer Break for Google Play (Android OS) back in August. The app is described as a Role-Playing Game (often shortened to RPG).
Here’s a short summary of the game via Google Play:
Welcome to your first year of College. You just finished your freshman year at the highly esteemed Genetix University. Now it’s Summer Break, you will make new friends and enemies, you will go to parties, and hopefully find love along the way. Every choice that you make will have an impact on how your story plays out, will you survive or fail to make it in college?
College Days Summer Break is a story based game, that lets you choose your own path – each decision will dynamically change the story for better or worse. You can choose to go out and party with your friends, hang out with your crush, or head to the library to study for next semesters big exams. Choose who to flirt with, and who to no longer be friends with. Along the way you will attempt to gain followers on your social media accounts, attempt to keep your grades up, and have fun without over stressing the little things. This is a great visual novel dating sim with episodic content to interact with and progress through!
The story starts with you, the player starting Summer Break while living in the dorms at Genetix University and meeting a lot of new people. New episodes will be added regulary, and the story branches will continue to spread out as the possible choices expand. How it all ends is up to you!
PJ started programming games over 15 years ago. He began publishing mobile apps during his last year of college at the University of Wyoming in 2012. His apps have reached over 4 million people worldwide. PJ also released a full PC game called Rogue Harvest onto Steam in October of 2015. His games are published under his company, Genetix.