Chabot Game Lab
The Chabot Game Lab, led by Prof. Jared Gochuico P.E., is a cross-collaborative student-driven club at Chabot College. Students from all majors are invited to develop video games (digital and board games), art, music, programming, and STEM skills in a supportive environment.
The vision of the Game Lab is to create an open, academic space for creative game development that ranges from interaction design to playing games and programming. Touch-based microcontrollers that play Fruit Simon Says and 8-bit PICO Flappy Bird-style games are some recent examples.
You come across a clearing in the woods...
The Game Lab's activities include annual game jams, research opportunities, hackathons, and student showcases. The Game Lab hosted a guest speaker on video game music production. At the end of every semester, the Game Lab also hosts an Arcade Day, where students and faculty from departments throughout the college are invited to play games together.
The Game Lab is supported by the Chabot MESA/Trio-STEM (Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement) and an HSI STEM Grant. It was established in the Fall of 2022.
ASL Game - Leap Motion Controller (Unity)
A hand-gesture motion controlled game using the Leap Motion Controller and Unity. Created in 24 hours at HackDavis at UC Davis
2D Top-down GB Studio
(running on a Gameboy Advance SP)
Fruit Simon Says
An Anti-Anxiety Card Game
Tableto card game that reduces anxiety in college students
Four Tail Fox
Choose Your Own Adventure
8-bit Flappy Bird(s)