DNAZip! by Snaremedia
When a cell divides in two, its DNA must be copied so that each cell inherits a complete copy of DNA. The DNA helix is unzipped and each half is rezipped with bases (A, C, T, G) floating in the cell. In this game, you play the character Zip to help the protein zipper (DNA polymerase) complete the DNA code. Zip needs to capture the matching base and deliver it to the protein to keep it going. But you need to be quick! Zip needs to figure out the DNA code and navigate platforms made from microtubules and actin filaments before time runs out!
DNAZip! Gameplay from Bonnie Scott on Vimeo.
The official DNAZip! webpage
- BONNIE SCOTT, PhD - Project Manager | Game Designer | Artist | Researcher
MSc Candidate, Biomedical Communications, University of Toronto Mississauga
- SARAH CHU - Game Designer | Artist | Researcher
PhD Candidate, Curriculum & Instruction, University of Wisconsin-Madison
- LYNDA HAUSMAN - Programmer | Researcher
Professor, Game Programming, Humber College
- FREDD EYLES - Programmer
Student, Game Programming, Humber College
- NATHAN DELL-VANDENBERG - Musician
BA Music, Humber College