A downloadable game for Windows

Wan Yama is a prototype for testing an idea of a lightweight turn-based strategy game.

As a newly hired operator for Geno Corp, your job is to operate creatures in an artificial environment to gather important research data.
You must hunt, fight, eat and drink in order to grow strong enough to reach the top of the food chain.

Wan Yama is only a very raw prototype for a university project displaying a few core mechanics. There is no win condition and only one creature to play.
You need Windows and a 1920 x 1080 resolution monitor as well as a mouse and keyboard.
Inspired by the BBC - Walking With Dinosaurs - Big Al Game.

*This is the official page for this title. Anywhere else where this title appears to be available is unofficial and I cannot guarantee that it is safe to download*.

Install instructions

  • Simply download and run the exe to play.
  • You need Windows and a 1920 x 1080 resolution monitor as well as a mouse and keyboard.


Wan Yama v6.4.exe 16 MB


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Love the graphics and feel of this!


Hi Iwan. Thank you for creating a video on my prototype. It was very interesting and entertaining for me to watch. I got a lot of feedback to think about from your video. The game definitely needs to explain the meaning of the different statistics. I had a good laugh at your confrontations with the brave goats. Perhaps the enemies should be more intelligent in their behavior. Thank you for playing. I appreciate it. Keep up the good work on your channel.

I'm having trouble getting the game to work...It loads and it takes me to the main screen, but I can't click anything and the only key that works is escape. got a troubleshooter or anything? It looks really nice and I loved the Big Al game and was hoping to enjoy this one

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Hi. Can you take a screenshot at the point where you are having trouble? Keep in mind the prototype was made exclusively for Windows PC at 1920x1080 (1080p) resolution. I will look into it one of the coming days. Thanks in advance!

I played the Big Al Game a lot as a kid and so was drawn to your game

Glad to hear I am not the only one who enjoyed that game.