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Award-Winning Student Projects


Because I no longer have enough time to actually update the blog, this post will be updated around twice a year instead.

This is a list of all the capstone projects I’ve handled from 2013 onwards. Basically teams whose projects I have seen struggle from the ground up. The fights, the drama, the sabaw-ness, the heartaches, insecurities, pressure. I would like to acknowledge these projects and people who pushed the limits of my own advising imagination, as well as the standards of the school. More >


Student Project: Ch4nge


PROJECT NAME: Ch4nge (Capstone/Thesis) ROLE: Capstone Adviser STUDENTS: Jennifer Nicole Asia, Patricia Lopez, John Miguel Abejero, CJ Nicole Francisco, Ma. Alissandra Louise Ong, Heidi Tibunsay INSTITUTION: De La Salle – College of Saint Benilde FINALIST: Microsoft Imagine Cup 2015 Nationals



The Team

Getting into the Microsoft Imagine Cup National Finals was quite a daunting task for this group. It was pure pressure. In fact, the guys had had so many game changes, restarting from scratch More >


Student Project: Cutout


PROJECT NAME: Cutout (Capstone/Thesis) ROLE: Capstone Adviser STUDENTS: Cecile Reine S. Cabrera, Mark Stephen F. Cruz, Andrezon A. Ferrer, Jihan Mae R. Rodriguez, Karlene Gail R. Valmonte, Pauline R. Wen INSTITUTION: De La Salle – College of Saint Benilde WINNER: Capstone 1 People’s Choice Award (May 2015) DOWNLOAD: Cutout

The Team

This team was from the Benilde batch that had a weird reputation of not wanting to participate in competitions. To my utter delight, I found out that there was a More >


Student Project: Hexscape


PROJECT NAME: Hexscape (Capstone/Thesis) ROLE: Capstone Adviser STUDENTS: Lorianne Halago, Cristjan Lazar, Sheryl Lim, Anna Navarro, Erin Yap, Jamaica Balbin INSTITUTION: De La Salle – College of Saint Benilde WINNER: Best Capstone 2 (December 2014) DOWNLOAD: Hexscape (Xbox controller required)


The Team Returns + New Member

This is the same team that handled Limbones, another capstone project that won in the Philippine Game Festival 2014. A new addition to the team, artist Jamaica Balbin, More >




Senshi.Labs is a game development studio I founded in 2014. It basically promotes education through free edutainment games, which are funded by our commercial projects. Because it would be redundant to update both this blog and the company’s blog, I decided that projects under Senshi.Labs will be posted there instead of this individual portfolio.

I produce ALL of Senshi.Labs’ projects. There are also games that I personally designed or did other tasks for (writing, programming, co-designing, More >

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