6.073 Creating Video Games
6.073 Creating Video Games (Fall 2014, MIT OCW). Instructors: Philip B. Tan, Richard Eberhardt, Sara Verrilli, and Andrew Grant. CMS.611J / 6.073 Creating Video Games is a class that introduces students to the complexities of working in small, multidisciplinary teams to develop video games. Students will learn creative design and production methods, working together in small teams to design, develop, and thoroughly test their own original digital games. Design iteration across all aspects of video game development (game design, audio design, visual aesthetics, fiction and programming) will be stressed. Students will also be required to focus test their games, and will need to support and challenge their game design decisions with appropriate focus testing and data analysis. (from ocw.mit.edu)
|Lecture 24 - Running a Game Studio|
In this lecture, Jenna Hoffstein and Michael Carriere discuss managing a game studio through the perspective of the Indie Game Collective. Instructors: Richard Eberhardt, Jenna Hoffstein, and Michael Carriere.
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