Rawhide Frontier is a western themed real-time strategy game developed for an Advanced Game Development course
through the computer science department at The Ohio State University. The game was developed using the Ogre
graphics engine as well RAKnet for networked multiplayer and FMOD for sound. Our team of six computer science
students developed the game over ten weeks in the Spring of 2006.
Rawhide features five fully animated units and five buildings the player can build, interact with and destroy.
The game is fully playable, with working economy and includes 2 player multiplayer support over LAN or
internet. For more details on the game, visit our official website at
Also view the advertisement created for the game created as part of a project for a design class.