Seven Rochester Institute of Technology students, including Alex Wisdom of Wilton, began their summer break in Germany, immersing themselves in a new culture and the biggest video game market in Europe.
The two-week trip through the German cities of Paderborn and Frankfurt was the culmination of a spring semester course that introduced students to game design and development in Germany. For the study abroad program, students participated in an extended game jam with German students, sat in on a class about artificial intelligence in the games industry and toured three game studios, including Nintendo of Europe. Read more here
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