Multimedia and Graphic Arts Class Projects

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  • Rachaellynn Phillips, Cheese Chaser

    Rachaellynn Phillips, Cheese Chaser

  • Johnson Tyler

    Johnson Tyler

  • Donna Nguyen, Connect Four

    Donna Nguyen, Connect Four

  • Edward Lim, Arcade Game

    Edward Lim, Arcade Game

  • Edward Lim Arcade Game Level 2

    Edward Lim Arcade Game Level 2

  • Ming Kyan

    Ming Kyan

  • Video Game design project

    Video Game design project

  • MM-118 Introduction to Video Game Design

    MM-118 Introduction to Video Game Design

  • MM-118 Introduction to Video Game Design

    MM-118 Introduction to Video Game Design

  • MM-118 Introduction to Video Game Design

    MM-118 Introduction to Video Game Design

  • MM-118 Introduction to Video Game Design

    MM-118 Introduction to Video Game Design

  • P1000834MM-118 Introduction to Video Game Design

    P1000834MM-118 Introduction to Video Game Design

  • MM-118 Introduction to Video Game Design

    MM-118 Introduction to Video Game Design

  • MM-118 Introduction to Video Game Design

    MM-118 Introduction to Video Game Design

  • MM-118 Introduction to Video Game Design

    MM-118 Introduction to Video Game Design

  • MM-118 Introduction to Video Game Design

    MM-118 Introduction to Video Game Design

  • MM-118 Introduction to Video Game Design

    MM-118 Introduction to Video Game Design

  • MM-118 Introduction to Video Game Design

    MM-118 Introduction to Video Game Design

  • MM-118 Introduction to Video Game Design

    MM-118 Introduction to Video Game Design

  • MM-118 Introduction to Video Game Design

    MM-118 Introduction to Video Game Design

Video Game Design

Ohlone college offers two classes in video game design: MM-118 Introduction to Video Game Design and MM-119 Video Game Development.

MM-118 Introduction to Video Game Design focuses on planning, developing, and creating content for video games. Students  gain an understanding of the video game industry, and  learn how to design characters, levels, and design documents. In addition the class introduces students to level design, audio, music and sound effects for games and game mechanics.

MM-119 Video Game Development is a continuation of MM-118 and focuses on producing video games using 3D software and game engines. By the end of this class students will be able to create a working level, stand-alone video game.

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