Radio Lux was a game developed for the Norwegian video lottery system, with artwork based on a distinctive retro radio design found in Norway. But, in a strange twist, the Norwegians wanted something more like a neon New York landscape for the top box. So, the top box was continually doing random neon sign animations.
The game mechanics are based on an old Othello game we did with IGT early on. There are only two symbols...and you get paid based on the number of lines that completed.
The second screen bonus in this game is a bit unusual. It's essentially a game where you play a simplified version of Minesweeper for credits.
Click on the bottom image to see video of the game in action.
- Artwork and animations.
- Concepts and prototypes.