Students from Ann Brice’s Project Analysis and Game Development classes had a busy day of presenting on Tuesday, August 13.
Students in Game Development class have spent the summer term learning about two-dimensional gaming and animation. For their final project, students in the class were tasked with developing a computer game that encompassed what they have learned throughout the class. Students presented these games to Western staff. The games ranged from water themed to recycling, and were very well received!
Students in the Project Analysis had been working with the Tomah Booster Club over the course of the 14-week class to create and implement a new website for the organization. The class presented the final website to the Booster Club during the presentation. The Booster Club was highly impressed with the final project!
Great job to everyone!