Ever wonder what goes into making video games? Here’s your chance to find out. 7 Generation Games is opening up one of its game development meetings on December 16,2015 at 12:30 pm Pacific Standard Time, so that you can come check out what goes into creating virtual worlds, making ideas a reality and more.
When we set out to make 7 Generation Games, we wanted to make really cool video games. Not just good educational games, but video games that would rival the console quality games kids are playing for fun. Get a glimpse of all that goes into working to achieve for that loft goals.
Just our staff along with our friends Dave Taylor, one of the early developers on “Doom” and “Quake,” and Derek Landy, author of the best-selling Skulduggery Pleasant series, who will be on-hand to share their insight and expertise when it comes to everything from making amazing games to telling engaging stories that appeal to a YA demographic. Plus you never know who else might pop in!
7 Generation Games will be livestreaming the meeting.
Any interested media, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
About 7 Generation Games: Think of any leading video game – mobile or console. Now imagine if you could take everything that makes that game cool and use that to teach math and social studies. That’s what we’re doing at 7 Generation Games. We bring together mainstream game engine graphics, advanced game design, educational research and data analysis to create games that engage and educate. We have hard data that shows students who play our games improve significantly (300% over the control group) on Common Core math standards.
I am sad that I must work for money during the live stream; I would rather be working on these games with y’all.
We’re sad, too )-:
We recorded it and you can watch it here.
We didn’t get the video started until about 10 minutes in
I really enjoyed watching the meeting. I hope you share some more!