Feed the Queen
A Google Cardboard VR game.
Take on your role as a worker bee in this virtual reality game for Google Cardboard. Seek out the flowers your queen desires and collect their pollen. The path is dangerous at times. Avoid traps and hazards along the way.
Made during Udacity TEAMWORKS #3. Theme: Patterns.

Available now on the Google Play store.

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Meet The Team
Annie Alford
Annie Alford loves to combine art, tech, and culture. She has worked as a software engineer and a museum technology specialist. She's working through term 2 of the Udacity VR Nanodegree, and hopes to use the knowledge and skills learned through the course to create interactive exhibits and art installations.
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Kristin Dragos
Kristin Dragos was an elementary school teacher prior to completing a web development boot camp in 2015. She has worked as a software engineer ever since. She completed the Udacity VR Nanodegree in June and has started an independent game studio, Beazle Bee, in hopes of diversifying the gaming content that exists in the VR marketplace.
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Kostas Kotsiras
Kostas Kotsiras is a 3D animator and Developer, currently studying the second term of the Udacity VR Nanodegree. He has decided to focus his career on the development of creative experiences for Virtual and Augmented Reality platforms, convinced that these are the present and future of the digital entertainment industry.
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Greg Rossell
Greg Rossell is an experienced UX and visual designer having worked in the video game, ecommerce, and enterprise software industries. Greg is beginning the second term of the Udacity VR Development degree, and would like to apply his UX/UI design skills to that realm in the future. Samples of Greg’s past work can be seen at rossellui.com.
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