Educational games are not like your typical video games. Video games specifically for entertainment, don’t require the developer to give a direct learning purpose. Educational games, on the other hand, must give a direct purpose of teaching the player how to do something. There is a lot of argument about what is the best way to do this.
The eCenter offered to let us use their facility! Hack Night is all about the project(s) you are working on. Need someone to test your alpha / beta project? Stuck on some code? Need some advice? Want to see what everyone is working on?
This Tuesday we have our first Oak Hill Meetup. It’s being called Oak Hill Collaboration because, besides our groups, there will be other groups there working and discussing projects.Read more
Hi everyone! So, among other things at tonight’s Meetup, we briefly discussed a tutorial series for Unity that I really liked that is listed on YouTube. Check it out…Read more
Youngstown Game Developers Joins Oak Hill Collaborative!
YGD is going to start having monthly meetups on Tuesdays at the Oak Hill Collaborative. We are coordinating our meetup to be a collaboration with other like-minded groups so that our groups can work together and learn from each other.
What is the Broadband Initiative?Read more