Other End;
Other End is a 3D open-world game I created for my MA in Digital Game Design and Development in Shenkar College of Engineering, Design and Art. The game invites players to a journey of exploration, freedom, and friendship. In the game, the player takes on the role of a sheep that has fled a livestock farm and sets out to lead other animals to a safe haven where they can live happily without being exploited.

The talented Yuval Ozeri was the programmer for this project.
Blender 3D
  • Raise awareness about the treatment of animals in agriculture and encourage players to consider the impact of their food choices on animal welfare, with the aim of making players more compassionate towards animals.
  • Provide an immersive and engaging gaming experience that allows players to explore a vast open world, form friendships with other animals, and fight for their freedom and rights.
I wanted to create a game about the current situation in Israel. The atmosphere was clear: an urban atmosphere, evening, a time of protests. I built a small storyboard and moved on to Midjourney and Stable Diffusion. I switched between v4 and v5 and wasn't particularly satisfied.

After 50 iterations of the Blend function, the characters started looking interesting. I chose one that was Miara-like enough, transferred it to Photoshop, and fixed the AI's coloring issues. I corrected it by cutting, redrawing, and coloring section by section. It could be better, but I got a character I liked.

Alongside the development of the 3D game, I've created a basic AR application to complement the brochure I designed, titled 'Other End 03055'. By scanning the yellow numbers featured in the booklet, users can reveal the animals associated with each number. These stories and creatures draw inspiration from the real inhabitants of the 'Freedom Farm' situated in Olesh, Israel.
And voilà 💖