Winter Warland is an indie computer game involving kids who fight each other with snowballs while trying to prevent themselves from freezing. I designed many of the elements in the game’s graphical user interface.
I designed the graphics in Adobe Flash Professional (although the game itself does not run on the Flash platform).
I created 26 icons that appear in Winter Warland (some of them shown below).
Most of the icons represent items that characters can pick up during a match (such as ice skates and hot cocoa) or the playable character’s abilities that can be upgraded (such as throwing distance and boot traction).
I also designed certain other elements of Winter Warland’s graphical user interface, such as the snowball-building progress meter and the menu screens.
For more details about Winter Warland and to download it, go to the game’s page on SourceForge.
To read about other projects where I designed an app’s graphical user interface, see ScoreOS, Darkness, or U.S. State Information.