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Project Avatar Developing a Distributed Mobile Phone Game



Mattias Andreasson , Andree Bylund , Syrus Dargahi , Daniel Johansson , Martin Larsson , Bennie Lundmark , Jonas Mellberg , Fredrik Stenh , Olle Gällmo , Anders Hessel, Leonid Mokrushin , Paul Pettersson

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Department of Information Technology, Uppsala University


Team Avatar, as the members of Project Avatar have come to be known by, is a group of 4th year computer science students at Uppsala University that have been developing a distributed mobile phone game during the fall of 2005. In this paper we describe the general design and environment of the result of Project Avatar — the game Three Crowns.


author = {Mattias Andreasson and Andree Bylund and Syrus Dargahi and Daniel Johansson and Martin Larsson and Bennie Lundmark and Jonas Mellberg and Fredrik Stenh and Olle G{\"a}llmo and Anders Hessel and Leonid Mokrushin and Paul Pettersson},
title = {Project Avatar Developing a Distributed Mobile Phone Game},
month = {March},
year = {2006},
publisher = {Department of Information Technology, Uppsala University},
url = {}