Corona Defense project logo


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In the spring semester of 2021, I took the course Software Architecture at NTNU. The main part of that course was a group project to build a mobile game, with particular emphasis on the game's architecture. My group came up with Corona Defense, an online multiplayer variation of the classic tower defense genre. The players fight swaths of incoming corona viruses, using "weapons" such as doctors, nurses and vaccines.

I mainly worked on the mobile client, developing the user interface and display of data coming from the server. Since we made the game for Android, I got the pleasure of working with Kotlin, which was a breath of fresh air compared to what I'd previously done with Java.

The NTNU map of the game, in the 'buy phase'