GDD 410 - Game Lab V: Team Projects (FVI 410)
 
(3 cr.) Game Lab V and VI forms a two-course sequence that builds upon the knowledge and skills of prior courses and extends the experience of game production and prototyping gained in Game Labs I, II, III and IV. In Game Lab V, students form teams to develop game concepts, including game mechanics and game artwork and assets during the semester. Simulating the real-world environment of game production, team members are assigned specific roles based the skill set of their chosen track in game design or game art. Team members perform the necessary game research, planning, development and project life-cycle management, and determine the platform for development. Students learn to work effectively in a team environment, develop writing, oral and written communication skills and leadership, while becoming proficient with game development tools and environments. Prerequisite: For game design and development majors; senior status or permission of GDD program director. Every Year, Fall
 
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