Facilities - Game Programming

Graduates will be expected to have experience building games to a variety of devices including game consoles, mobile devices, and traditional PCs (Mac, Windows, and Linux).

Through our labs and classrooms, students gain experience building on (and deploying to) a variety of platforms and operating systems.

Hauke Game Development Labs

Our labs devoted to game development house powerful PCs loaded with game engines and development software. Workstations and are grouped in pods of five, facilitating collaboration and teamwork between the game disciplines.

Game Programming Lab

In our game game programming lab, students work on high-powered systems. In addition, each workstation includes an Xbox 360, allowing students to gain valuable experience creating and debugging on game consoles.

Mobile Development Lab

Our mobile lab includes over 75 mobile devices for deploying and testing student-built games, including:

  • a large collection of iOS devices including iPads, iPhones, and iPods
  • a full range of Android phones and tablets
  • a selection of various other devices including Windows Phones and Blackberry tablets

In order to keep up with the constantly changing market, a set of new mobile devices are added every semester.