|UCAS course code||I620|
|Location||City College Plymouth|
Conceptual Game Design (CITY1048)
Human Computer Interaction (CITY1096)
2D and 3D Art for Computer Games (CITY1097)
Game Narrative and Contextual Play (CITY1113)
An understanding of methods for implementing narrative through the contextualisation of game play and the game environment.
Programming for Games (CITY1114)
An understanding of the general principles and concepts of games programming will allow learners to apply 2D and 3D programming methods used in games.
Programming Concepts (CITY1121)
An understanding of the general principles and concepts of programming will allow learners to create simple programs and test applications and produce appropriate documentation for simple applications
Game Production (CITY2045)
Game Semiotics (CITY2104)
Game Engines (CITY2125)
An understanding of methods for implementing narrative through the contextualisation of game play and the game environment
Sound and Animation (CITY2126)
This module aims to develop a critical understanding of the role of sound and animation in the psychology of video games and immersion of play. Students will learn techniques for creating immersive sounds and music for their video games. Students will learn the principles of animation and rigging of 3D objects for inclusion in video games.
Promotion and Enterprise (CITY2154)
To enable learners to understand the nature of the game industry, in order to identify areas for commercial development. To promote virtual networking, social media and promotion techniques in order to construct their own social networks and structures for the promotion and marketing of own game.
Optimising for VR (CITY2157)
The aim of this module is to enable students to port and/or create 3D interactive experiences for VR. It will include an appraisal of 3D Game Engines appropriate to this. An understanding of the practical considerations for VR world creation (e.g. Headset V Dome, perspectives and line of sight) as well as an understanding of associated ethical and legislative responsibilities
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