CMPS80K: Foundations of Interactive Game Design

Surveys history, technology, narrative, ethics, and design of interactive computer games. Work in teams to develop novel game-design storyboards. Intended as a generally accessible undergraduate course in which students can explore the interplay of narrative, graphics, rule systems, and artificial intelligence in the creation of interactive games. Programming experience not required. Enrollment limited to 150. (General Education Code(s): T2-Natural Sciences, IM - Interpreting Arts and Media) N. Wardrip-Fruin, J. Whitehead

5 credits

Year Fall Winter Spring Summer

Renamed CMPM 80K as of Spring 15- See CMPM 80K for schedule

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