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CellCraft Game now Open Source!

CellCraft, a real time strategy game about cellular biology that I worked on, has just been released under an open source license.

Lars Doucet, Contributor

May 30, 2011

1 Min Read

Hello everyone!

It's been a while since my last blog post. About two years ago I joined a small team working on a game called CellCraft, an educational game funded by a grant from the MacArthur foundation.

We finished the game about a year ago to good success on Flash portals like Kongregate.

You can play the game for free here.


We finally got around to releasing the game's source code on Git Hub:https://github.com/larsiusprime/CellGame--Open-Source-fork-of--CellCraft--

Hopefully some people will be able to do some cool things with it!


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Lars Doucet


Lars A. Doucet is the President of Level Up Labs, LLC, an independent game design studio based in Bryan, TX. His latest project is the successful RPG/Tower Defense hybrid Defender's Quest - http://www.defendersquest.com/. In addition to his work at LUL, Lars has been a consultant who specializes in 'Applied Gaming,' an emerging field that uses game design and game technology for new uses both in and out of the entertainment sector. Lars' applied gaming projects include Super Energy Apocalypse, in collaboration with the Houston Advanced Research Center, and CellCraft, through Wake Forest University and the MacArthur foundation. Lars has also consulted for Rice University's Center for Technology in Teaching and Learning and Texas A&M University.

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