Avian Apocalypse was one of our largest group projects for the 2005/2006 year. It is an arcade game, where the aim is to control a magpie's movement with the mouse to pick up shiny objects and bring them back to the nest. The game was an experiment into a new control dynamic - namely that flapping of the wings would be determined by the player's mouse movement. The game features many levels that pose different challenges, such as dodging leaping cats or navigating past electrical hazards.
Avian Apocalypse can be played in Microsoft Windows. The game can be downloaded from here.
The game was written in C++ using Microsoft Visual Studio express. A level editor was built especially for the game, and this can be found here.