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Sunday, March 21, 2010

Digital Lunch: Terry Borst on End to End Game Development!


Big thanks to Terry Borst and everyone who came for today's digital lunch!

For Terry's slides (includes some great links and examples), visit:

To buy the book End to End Game Development, check it out at:

Join us on Friday, April 2nd for Digital Lunch at UNM with one of our favorite local game developers, Terry Borst. His hands-on approach and real world experience are invaluable -- and his enthusiasm is infectious.

WHAT:       Digital Lunch @ UNM:  End to End Game Development
WHEN:       Friday, April 2, 12 - 1:30 PM
WHERE:     UNM ARTS Lab, 131 Pine St., NE
COST:         Free & Open to the Public (includes lunch)

Terry Borst has worked as a professional screenwriter for more than 20 years, with credits in film, television, and videogames.  Here in New Mexico, he teaches screenwriting at the College of Santa Fe, Santa Fe Community College, and the Screenwriting Conference at Santa Fe.  His two books about serious game and simulation development have been published by Focal Press.  Find out more at:

End to End Game Development published by Focal Press is a handbook for the conceptualizing, development, production and distribution of serious games, simulations, and other interactive media projects.  This presentation by the co-author will provide an overview of key areas the book covers including: why game aesthetics, mechanics and technology are the next logical step for all kinds of training and persuasion; how serious game production is within the reach of indie "garage game" developers and corporate departments; and ways to create feedback loops between solid game design and solid instructional design.  Find out more at:

Digital Lunch at UNM is ARTS Lab's Friday lunchtime get-together with students, teachers and professionals from the community. Special thanks to Cinnafilm for its support.
From ARTS Lab @ UNM

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