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Cedarville students competes in international gaming event

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CEDARVILLE — Cedarville University students will be showing their programming talents in the 2022 Global Game Jam this weekend.

According to a release, the students will have a 48-hour time limit to design, create, and test a new video game. Thousands of college students from all over the globe will stay connected with each other online as they develop their games.

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“I am excited about h

ow well this event encourages collaboration across disciplines,” said George Landon, professor of computer science at Cedarville. “It is not uncommon to see a team with a computer science major, an information technology management major, a music composition major and an industrial and innovative design major.”

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The Global Game Jam will end Jan. 30, as students present their new video games.

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