CEDARVILLE — Cedarville University students will be showing their programming talents in the 2022 Global Game Jam this weekend.
According to a release, the students will have a 48-hour time limit to design, create, and test a new video game. Thousands of college students from all over the globe will stay connected with each other online as they develop their games.
“I am excited about how well this event encourages collaboration across disciplines,” said George Landon, professor of computer science at Cedarville. “It is not uncommon to see a team with a computer science major, an information technology management major, a music composition major and an industrial and innovative design major.”
The Global Game Jam will end Jan. 30, as students present their new video games.
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