Middlesbrough Meteorite Interactive

The Middlesbrough Meteorite: Interactive is a short game allowing audiences to experience the discovery of the Middlesbrough Meteorite for themselves, originally discovered by railway workmen on 14 March 1881. Aiming to teach audiences about the Middlesbrough Meteorite and meteorites in general, the scene of the short game was constructed based on the only known photograph of railway workmen taken at the railway sliding landing site of the meteorite shortly after its impact. "Always having been amazed by outer space and the universe, I decided to bring more life to a local object found in the Yorkshire Museum. Designing a short game in Unity, I’m hoping it will leave people with a need to learn more about the universe."


  • Ash Khatibi