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Course Description

Students code and script the building blocks that make up game-play. Students acquire advanced, applied knowledge of key aspects of game mechanics and what their complexities are; how they can be formed; how they interact with each other; and high level topics relating to the application of game mechanics.

Notes

 It is recommended that students complete CCPS 109 or CCPS 311, or have equivalent experience in programming (in either a procedural language such as C or an object oriented language such as Java) prior to taking this course.

 

 

 

 

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