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    Deep-sea Extreme Environment Pilot (DEEP) is a game being developed for Scripps Institution of Oceanography and is currently an ongoing project.

    DEEP allows players to explore underwater environments. Created as an educational game, we hope to display it in classrooms, museums, aquariums, or any other informal learning centers.

It was developed using Microsoft XNA and is playable on the Xbox 360 or Windows PC.

Check out the DEEP website or even download the game here.

Quake Catcher is a game developed for Scripps Institution of Oceanography.

    Players must set sensors in various buildings to record seismic activity. To set a sensor, the player must complete a variety of Minigames using their body as game input with the Microsoft Kinect.

It was developed using Microsoft XNA and the Kinect SDK and is playable on the Windows PC.

Check out the Quake Catcher website or even download the game here.

Arctic Explorer is a 2 player virtual reality local multiplayer game that features the Oculus Rift.

    Developed for Scripps Institution of Oceanography to promote research studies in the Arctic, players must work together to tag Narwhals.

    The Helicopter player uses their bathymetry map to guide the Zodiac player to potential Narwhal locations. The Zodiac player, wearing the Oculus, must set nets to tag and release the Narwhal.

Check out the Arctic Explorer website here.

Angry Goats is a mobile game combining turret defense with a mission based top down shooter.

    Players must choose their unique heros, powerful weapons, and strategically place their turrents to survive the endless hoards of angry goats.

    Still currently in development, I am working as the lead programmer for this title. I am also one of the initial founders of Mad Reactor; an inidie game studio.

We are aiming for a Q1 2017 release for both iPhone and Android devices.

Please visit the Angry Goats website for more information.

    The Scripps Institute of Oceanography Games websites (or SIO Games) hosts all the available educational games and tools we are developing.

We also feature local events for our games along with other media and updates.

Check out the SIO Games website.

    Hi. I am Daniel Rohrlick. Here are some of the projects I have been working on for the last few years. Thanks for visiting and feel free to contact me at drohrlick@gmail.com.