The CPCC Simulation and Game Development department has moved!
We are still in the Levine Technology Building, but now we are located on the first floor, setup complete with our own lobby so our SGD students have a place to relax and study that is their own. If you are interested in enrolling in our program, please contact any of our instructors or advisers. Marc.firstname.lastname@example.org , Farhad.email@example.com , or Perry.firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Carolina Games Summit is about to commence at Wayne Community College in Goldsboro. This event is a full day summit that holds interest for gamers and developers both, as CGS holds about 10-20 classrooms full of the newest gaming platforms and even those dating back to the Nintendo 64 and Gamecube era(Smash and Mario Kart are still king).
The game developers looking for more career related fun will be happy to know that EA, Redstorm, Funcom, Autodesk and more are always there exhibiting and happy to talk to a budding developer.
This is a great place to attend if you don’t have the budget for East Coast Game Conference or Game Developer’s Conference but you still want to put yourself out there and network with some of the industry’s finest.
On another note, CGS is always looking for student volunteers!
A great set of videos with amazing perspectives on all aspects of game development and the industry today! Extra Credits
Here is a link to a resource file that I stumbled upon. Ive been doing alot of research about audio design. These are some hard facts in regards to musical scores and sound effects for games.
One of the sites that everyone wanting to make games or just want to understand games need to check out this great site!