Two teams of Florida Polytechnic University students showcased their exceptional video game creation skills and swept the first- and second-place awards at the Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy (FIEA) two-day Collegiate Game Jam, which ended in Orlando on Sunday, Jan. 14.
Video games challenged and entertained high school students from throughout the region on Saturday, Dec. 2, at Florida Polytechnic University's annual Fall Game Expo. The event showcased games created by teams of students from the Game Design 1 course.
Networked student-created video games took center stage at the annual Spring Game Expo at Florida Polytechnic University on Saturday, April 22. Prospective students and their families arrived on campus to check out the games, learn about the computer science major and career paths, and explore campus in an accompanying open house event.
High school students from across the region flocked to Florida Polytechnic University on Saturday, Dec. 3, to try out student-created video games and learn about education and career paths in computer science during the annual Fall Game EXPO.
Video game players went head-to-head in fun competitions at Florida Polytechnic University on Saturday, April 23, at the annual Spring Game Expo.
Mark Ellis was only in kindergarten when he picked up a Nintendo GameCube controller and discovered a technology that would shape his life. He embraced the world of Lego Star Wars and soon dove headfirst into new and exciting games every chance he could get.
Unique, student-designed video games were on full display at Florida Polytechnic University's fall 2020 Virtual Game Expo.
Florida Polytechnic University students who have worked all semester developing innovative video games are getting the chance to show them off online at the annual Spring Game Expo.