Kashmiri student develops 3D Android game

Kashmiri student develops 3D Android game

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By News Desk | Srinagar, Kashmir

A class twelve student of Indian-controlled Kashmir has developed a three dimensional Android shooter game called “Kill Genre.”

The android game  is currently being offered by prominent websites, including Google, Amazon  App Store, Get Jar and Slideme and has also been featured on YouTube.

Owais Ahmad, 18, the student who developed the 3-D game said that he was working on the project for past two years and used the information available on internet.

“It requires the basic concept of physics   as well as maths. Vector algebra was our chapter in class 12. It’s fully integrating with the game. Like the 3-dimensional game I just built, it requires all the components of that chapter basically, and I would like to thank maths and physics teacher,” said Ahmad.

Kill Genre is a vengeful story of a boy in the form of a 3-Dimensional game in which he is trying to find his disapproved brother on an island possessed by zombies.

Ahmad’s father Nazir Ahmad said that his child had potential to make a name for himself and he was happy with this achievement, which was being appreciated globally.

“We have got so many viewers from America, United Kingdom and China. They were very appreciative,” his father said.

With students developing online applications and games, there is a trend of developing websites, games and applications by the youth of Kashmir.