Total Monkery’s clients include the University of Plymouth’s Peninsula Medical School, for whom they provided a prototype of an Ebola teaching resource.
The project, developed in conjunction with a charity hospital in Liberia, covered donning and doffing procedures for Personal Protective Equipment, as well as a risk and hazard spotting game, designed to teach Liberian healthcare workers in the field.
Gaming elements were added to make a more engaging experience.
Total Monkery also developed a technical demo for Rymatek Ltd, Seaside CID. The demo, a procedural crime-solving game, was designed to illustrate the power of the Datafall engine, a procedural narrative system. (Concept Art by Neil Roberts).
The demo features procedurally-generated rooms, crimes and story and is set in a sleepy holiday town in Cornwall.
Total Monkery undertook the port of the complete collection from the Wii to PC.