Thread Bear is a cute 3D adventure game set in a squishy fabric world. Help Bobby the panda sprite travel through each level and sew up the rips that are affecting the balance of this fragile fabric world.
The fabric world is bright and colourful with heavy stitching holding it together. Each level will need to be navigated to collect sewing equipment required to stitch up the rips that are appearing in the world. Without these rips being fixed the balance of the fabric world hangs by a thread. Only Bobby the guardian spirit can repair the rips and restore peace among the fabric creatures.
Can you help Bobby fix his world?
Thread Bear is a computer game designed by two students, André Da Silva and Jenny Peers, at the University of Wales, Newport. It uses the UDK engine and is playable on PC only at the moment. Further development is currently under way, targeting platforms such as the iPad and Xbox.
Game designer, level designer, concept artist, 3D modelling and texturing.
Game Designer, concept artist, 3D modelling and texturing, web management.
Special Thanks To…
- Scripting guru for our UDK based game demo. (demo v1.4)