Baylor University’s Gaming Capstone Students to Demonstrate New Video Games to Public

Are you ready to travel through dungeons and ghost towns to battle monsters and vengeful spirits? Grab your game controllers and let’s go!

Senior students from the computer science department in Baylor’s School of Engineering and Computer Science will demonstrate video games they’ve developed during an open house from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday, May 4, in the Rogers Engineering & Computer Science Building, Room 109, on the Baylor campus.

Two student teams each developed a video game. The first game, “Project Disco Helix,” is a fast-action, role-playing game in which players collect cards and create strategies as they travel through dungeons and encounter monsters. The second game, “Misty Falls,” is an action game set in the 1950s that allows players to take control of a vengeful spirit who is seeking revenge on his murderers in order to turn Misty Falls into a ghost town. Both games were developed as part of the university’s gaming capstone course…

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