It’s become somewhat the norm to read about the huge amounts of talent and innovative skills this country has to boast about, from incredibly sporting stars to entrepreneurs, inventors and scientists. For such a small country with a seemingly continually decreasing population, it has a lot to offer. Croatian students are among those who consistently showcase their abilities across a very wide range of skill sets and fields.
As Poslovni Dnevnik/Marta Duic writes on the 6th of June, 2019, talented and innovative computer game development students at Croatia’s Algebra High School have launched a campaign for their interesting new product on the crowdfunding platform Indiegogo, their product, called Brawlament, was created by these students during this academic year.
The eleven-member team from this highly respected Croatian educational facility went step by step from their initial idea of their product’s prototype right up to the realisation of their final product, after which they decided to take advantage of possible crowdfunding opportunities so that they could raise the necessary funds to allow for market entry and eventual commercialisation of this new Croatian game.
With the creation of this new game, the team of inventive creators wanted to revive the ”mood” of old hits that users are nostalgic for and still very happy to play now when given the chance to.
“The team is made up of a number of game developers, and they may still be students today, but if we look at the campaign phase before the launch on Indiegogo and the campaign phase now, we can honestly say that they really are true game developers.
Our team consists of programmers, 2D and 3D artists, sound artists, and some of them also work on our social networks and websites,” said Jurica Adamek, a computer science student and assistant in the development of computer games at Algebra.