Rabbit Hole Studios, a video game production company run by Holland College Video Game Art and Animation (VGAA) graduate Courtney Gaudet and her business partner Scott Humes, launched its first game on New Year’s Eve. Spirit of Adventure takes youngsters aged 5 and up along on the journey of an imaginative little girl named Lily as she treks through the forest of her imagination. She is accompanied by spirits that affect the world around her in unique ways. These spirits help her figure out puzzles so that she can continue on her way. Players race the clock to complete each level. The game was initially developed when Gaudet, (22), and Humes (26), were part of the Innovation and Technology Association of Prince Edward Island IT Garage initiative, a video game and software development incubator for graduates of IT programs. Eight interns worked with a coordinator to gain experience developing either a video game or business software application. In this case, Gaudet and Humes saw the potential for the Spirit of Adventure game, and secured the rights for it. The two have been working on the development of the game for nine months. Spirit of Adventure will be available on the Google Play Store at play.google.com/ store as a free to download game in the family category. If you would like to support Rabbit Hole Studios, there will also be purchasable items in the store.