Game Development

We engage game development mostly from educational point of view. Each year students within the Computer Graphics and Game Technology course in third year of university study program and within the Computer Graphics course in second or third year of professional study program are developing interactive 3D games using WebGL technology and Unity3D development environment.

Project work is done in small groups of students which might also include design students from Academy of fine arts and design and Faculty of Natural Science and Engineering.

We have applied many game development aspects on other fields - mostly education - where gamification aspects are used to motivate and animate the end users to push themselves harder to achieve the goals.

We also organise Unity3D game development summer schools for high school kids.