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CA195 Students Win Gaming Award

MC Gaming Students Win Second Place in USC Public Diplomacy and Virtual Worlds Contest

Students in CA195—the first section ever offered by Montgomery College—were chosen as Second Place winners in a contest sponsored by the University of Southern California's Public Diplomacy center.

Three students flew out to accept their award and $2500 prize in LA, as well as attend the E3 game conference.

CA195 is a course about level design, quality assurance and building game worlds. In the class, students use the Unreal 2.5 engine and Second Life virtual world software to build interactive worlds and game levels.

The students designed a game in Second Life about resolving conflicts in international water rights. They entered the game in the USC contest on Public Diplomacy and Virtual Worlds and are thrilled to have been chosen as one of four finalists.

Congratulations to all the finalists! And kudos to our gaming students -- we are proud of your hard work!

View a video about the game
(By our lead Machinima Artist, gaming student Jen Tonon.)

Read more about the USC contest and the concept of public diplomacy

View the announcement from USC listing all the finalists


What's New

NEW CLASSES:

- Mobile Game Programming: Create games on cellphones and other mobile devices with three new mobile programming classes! Contact Prof. Alla Webb.

- Exergaming & Health Games:
Take CMAP 190 and Health 100 together and learn about health applications of gaming technology! Contact Prof. Deborah Solomon.

- Unity 3D: learn Unity in CMAP 190 and CMAP 290! Download the software for free at Unity3D.com. Contact Prof. Deborah Solomon.

 
     
 
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