Taking games for a test run

Students with Brock University's Department of Digital Humanities took over the Rankin Family Pavilion Monday, March 13 for a public playtest of video games they created as part of their academic courses. More than 50 students from Year 2 to 4 presented 13 games for the public to play. Video games included multiplayer games, puzzle games, co-operative games and a virtual reality (VR) experience. IASC 2P05 students Brendan Kane and Patrick Perry were also on hand to play their dungeon-themed board game, Dungegons, with fellow students.