Game Development in Flyover States
Wednesday, 08 Mar 2017 at 7:00 pm – Sun Room, Memorial UnionJarryd Huntley is a technologist and independent game designer who has been working in IT and software engineering for nearly a decade. He will discuss how the rise of independent development and mid-sized studios had made game development outside traditional West Coast hubs more viable. Huntley is the coauthor of The 2016 Game Career Guide and The Artist’s Guide to Game Programming. He has played important roles in Cleveland, Ohio’s growing game development scene as both an instructor at Lorain County Community College and as an independent game developer.
Jarryd Huntley graduated with a degree in computer science from the University of Akron. His current game development project, an app coming to iOS and Android, is Art Club Challenge, a collaborative multi-player art simulator where players work together to create masterpieces in a minimalist style.
- College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
- Computer Science
- Design Council
- Game Development Club
- Software Engineering
- Committee on Lectures (funded by Student Government)
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