The idea was to develop a question-and-answer game for the college to use as a study tool for students. Instructors can upload course content in doc or txt files to add multiple-choice questions to the game's database. Students compete against AI opponents in multiple game modes following the same basic format, and earn points towards spots on the class leaderboard.
I was the defacto project lead on the original 3-person development team, working closely with our sponsor, Marty Donatelli, who came up with a lot of the ideas and assets himself. I was responsible for the majority of the code already, and have continued to work on it as a contractor since graduation.