Factsheet

Developer:
Mahdi Bahrami
Based in Esfahan, Iran

Founding date:

Website:
mahdibahrami.com

Press / Business contact:
salam@mahdibahrami.com

Social:
twitter.com/bahrami_

Releases:
Engare

Address:



Phone:
+00989034615740

Description

Mahdi Bahrami is an independent game developer based in Esfahan, Iran.

History

Early history

Engare started out life as a question. This question was: what shape would be traced by a point attached to a ball if the ball was rolled across a surface. Years later, this same question essentially serves as the concept for Engare, except it asks you to experiment with more than just a ball, becoming more complex as you progress.

After that

Engare is closer to the expressive creativity of a drawing tool than the cold numbers of an abacus. This is why, when Bahrami was showing the game to a graphic designer friend of his, he was encouraged to take the puzzles out and let the player explore the art of drawing shapes with the game’s tools freely. Bahrami fully dived into this and has since created a separate drawing tool (among other software) based on Engare that people can use to create original art.

Projects


Videos

This video is nice YouTube

This one too YouTube, Vimeo


Images

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Awards & Recognition

  • "Winner in this highly relevant contest." - Award Location, 20 October, 1989
  • "Nomination for this prestigious award." - Award Ceremony, 4 December, 1991
  • "Winner in this highly relevant contest." - Award Location, 20 October, 1989
  • "Nomination for this prestigious award." - Award Ceremony, 4 December, 1991

Selected Articles


Engare Website
http://www.Engare.design.


Team & Repeating Collaborator

Mahdi Bahrami
Designer, Programmer

Mim Rasouli
Composer

Kamjar Fadai
Visual Art

Mohsen Hazrati
Graphic Designer


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