Introduction to game development (2008)

Introduction to game development is a course in production methodology taken by all GAME-students in their first semester. That’s 85 freshly green artists and programmers, all producing a game within a few weeks. Since 2006 we’re utilizing SCRUM and using Torque Game Builder for quick production, and fence students into the space shooter genre to avoid spending too much time on R&D. Despite these severe limitation (or perhaps, thanks to?) the students consistently manage to surprise us with their creative exploration of the problem space.

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