Strawberry Thief was developed as a part of the Victoria and Albert Museum's residency program during October 2013 - March 2014. During this time I was inspired by the work of William Morris and wanted to make an interactive version of his famous Strawberry Thief fabric pattern. The residency also involved educational work with the public and school programmes, such as Game Jams, workshops and art sessions.
From April 2014, Strawberry Thief was made for the iPad in just 2-3 months of development at Abertay University with a small team of Abertay University students and graduates.
I am currently working at a company called PQube games, which specialises in bringing publishing independent and Asian video game titles.
You can learn more about my experience researching and developing Strawberry Thief back on my blog on the homepage.
This project was a partnership between the V&A, V&A Dundee and the University of Abertay Dundee. Organised in collaboration with The Association for UKInteractive Entertainment (UKIE).
Strawberry Thief was originally only available on the iPad via The V&A's App Store account, however it has since been removed. For the sake of game preservation, I have it available to download for PC via Google Drive.
It is not quite the same experience as playing in on a touch screen, but you can still experience the gorgeous artwork, animations and sound.