Game design competition offers more than programming lessons

04/16/2013 | Engadget

The recently concluded National STEM Video Game Challenge asked students to put their technical skills to use in developing new games, but students learned about more than just game development. In presenting their creations, students learned about pitching ideas, storytelling and the business side of electronic gaming.

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