“Ouch” Game – “Painless: The Future of Relief” Exhibition

Alongside other secondary school students, I was given the opportunity to collaborate with the game makers ThoughtDen to design a game for the Science Museum’s exhibition ‘Painless: The Future of Relief‘. Shadowing experts in the field, we researched and learn’t about how pain affects the body. We covered a broad range of subjects, from anaesthesia to chronic pain sufferers. Using the information we were given, we had to find the best way to present this knowledge through a game to all audiences. Through extensive planning and designing, we came up with the concept of the educational, interactive game ‘Ouch‘. This project inspired me to pursue Computer Science!


Click here to play the game.