Spamphibian is an email management game which takes inspiration from the arcade classic, Frogger. The player must navigate an office, avoiding co-workers and sorting emails all the while trying to keep the boss happy. Emails must be sorted depending on whether they are spam or from a legitimate source. Things to look for that may identify what category the email should be sorted to are the sender address, the content and any suspicious links. There are five days to survive with ramping difficulty as the workers move faster, email sorting requirement increases and the boss becomes more easily agitated. Depending on player actions and performance there are seven possible endings. Created in three weeks were spent expanding and polishing the game, the final game having three levels and a tutorial level. This was created by a team of four people (three programmers and an artist) with C# in Unity, music was provided by Ryan Callard.
- Traditional Frogger tutorial
- Frogger in an office setting
- 60+ emails to be sorted with narrative elements
- Easily agitated boss with free movement
- Seven possible endings
- Local leaderboard