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RIT@GDC2015: Introducing the MAGIC booth Alumni, Events, Students
The MAGIC booth was designed by fourth-year new media design students Jack Wilson and Ryan Kiley and second-year industrial design graduate student Guillermo Fok.

The MAGIC booth was designed by fourth-year new media design students Jack Wilson and Ryan Kiley and second-year industrial design graduate student Guillermo Fok.

RIT’s Media, Arts, Games, Interaction and Creativity Center opened its Game Developers Conference 2015 booth today on the expo floor. The booth features four games created by RIT students and alumni: Splattershmup, A.V., Super Daryl Deluxe and Wulverblade. This is the first year that MAGIC has hosted a booth at GDC.

Check back tomorrow for an in-depth look at each of the games being showcased.

 

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