14th July 2005
EDUCATION GETS INTERACTIVE
An educational computer game designed by a student at the
Ian Waters (22), who is graduating in September
after studying Interactive Multimedia at the
Players can visit 49 cities in 39 different countries and access a fact file packed with information.
The game has been picked up by the
They were planning to develop their own in-house software but after playing a demo of Secret Agent Europe have decided to use it as a base to work from.
Ian has also been invited to work with the research team.
“Since finishing my degree just over two months ago I have spent time 'polishing' the game to make it more marketable and I’ve have had a lot of favourable feedback,” said Ian.
also started my own business called 120 Digital along with two other
Course leader for the New Media area in
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