Mason game design students demo creation at world premier event

Mason game seniors Ryan and Noah and the Mason team at E3

Noah and Ryan outside E3 and with the Mason team at their expo stand

Last month, two graduating seniors from the Mason Computer Game Design program had the fortune to show off their senior capstone game at the Electronic Entertainment Expo, known as E3! Noah Bowden and Ryan Kennedy submitted their game, Turbolance, to the E3 College Game Competition and won a place in the top 5 finalists in the country as well as the opportunity to show off their game at E3 itself in Los Angeles. 

Over 300 expo attendees, including many members of the industry, came by their station and had a blast playing Turbolance. The Computer Game Design Program at George Mason couldn’t be prouder of the hard work and talent that was on display from their students at the world’s premier event for computer and video games.

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