Emphasizes creating substantial, artistic game design concepts within an interdisciplinary team-driven environment. Covers advanced topics in game design, game programming, software project management, and indie game marketing channels. Includes design reviews, formal presentations, play testing, debugging, and job interview techniques. Includes the production of a comprehensive capstone project, corresponding web-based promotional presence, and a personal résumé and portfolio.
Prerequisite: GAME M101, GAME M102, GAME M110, GAME M115, and GAME M201
Recommended Preparation: MM M10 and GAME M205
Applies to Associate Degree
Transfer credit: CSU