Student Work

Zulama courses center around fun game-design projects. Check out the video games, board games, 3D game art, and game screenplays that Zulama students have created over the years!

Video Games:

DNA.IO

A biology game, designed and programmed by students at West Allegheny High School.
From the students: “This game takes students through the process of creating proteins within the cell. The processes displayed are replication, transcription, and translation. The player acts as parts of DNA and RNA trying to both complete themselves and get to the ribosome in an effort to make proteins.” (2016-2017)

 

Learning Outside the Box

An elementary education game, designed and programmed by students at West Allegheny High School.
From the students: “This game is a group of mini-games each specifically engineered to help students from 3rd to 5th grade with certain subjects. There are games devoted to math word problems, general math and equations, reading comprehension, spelling, and following directions. Each game is different to help retain the students’ attention and allow for a very specialized approach to each subject.” (2016-2017.)

 

Adventures in the Constitutional Convention

A history game, designed and programmed by students at West Allegheny High School.
From the students: “This game takes the player through the process that each state took when ratifying the constitutions. The player acts as a time traveler who goes back in time to witness and affect the debates. The time traveler runs through a level with various obstacles and power-ups in an effort to get to the debate and talk about his ideas for the Constitution.” (2016-2017)

 

Board Games:

     

     

 

3D Game Art:

    

   

Game Screenplays: