On successful completion of these modules students shall be able to:
explain and use the principles of object-oriented software development to implement games across all genres
describe, explain the game development process and apply professional tools and toolchains along those processes
identify, explain, and debug possible flaws and errors in game code or game software architectures
demonstrate professionalism within key aspects of game development, including the underlying principles, patterns, related tools and processes, as well as implementation details.
demonstrate state-of-the-art knowledge and skills in selected areas of game development, enabling them to design and implement own approaches to given challenges by reflecting, analyzing, and adapting existing approaches.
work and communicate efficiently within the role of a game developer in multidisciplinary teams.
demonstrate awareness of the complete software development process in the games industry.
The possible thematic spectrum of these courses is:
Gameplay mechanics and usability patterns
Advanced object oriented game software development
Game Engines: architectures, features and applications
2D Game development principles and practice
Advanced computer graphics
DirectX, OpenGL, Shader Languages
Cross platform game development for mobile devices
Practical implementation of a complete game
Artificial intelligence in games
Real-Time character animation
Game programming physics
User interfaces for games
Browser game engines and technologies
Interactive cinematography implementation, game cameras and lighting
Stereoscopy, VR and AR games
Tools and technologies for prototyping and previsualization