Project Joystick is an initiative of the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) and BigPond Games. Entrants are required to submit a conceptual design for a game that can be played on mobile phones. The winner receives a monetary prize and gets their game developed by a leading Australian mobile games developer for exclusive release by BigPond Games.
Anthony submitted a leading-edge design for a Syndicate-style game that pits your gang of assassins against other mobile-networked gamers' gangs. The gangs are required to complete objectives, acquire 'turf' and become one of the top-ranking gangs over the mobile network. Anthony prepared and submitted sample artwork and a comprehensive listing of weapons, gangs and objectives.
The winning entry for the 2008 Project Joystick Computer Game Design competition was a game where the player controls a dung beetle that has to push its pile of dung around the world.